The Environmental Public Health Office of the Henry County Health Department conducted and released 10 total routine and temporary inspections during the fourth week of December.

County inspectors identified five non-critical violations during that time period.

Arby’s in New Castle had two non-critical violations during a routine inspection on Dec. 13. The ventilation oven fryers has a build up of grease and should be cleaned. Loose food spilled in reach in cooler.

Pizza King in New Castle had one non critical violation during a routine inspection on Dec. 14. Loose food and debris was throughout kitchen and pizza prep area.

Steak and Shake in New Castle had two non-critical and one repeat violation during a routine inspection on Dec. 16. It was observed that the beverage dispenser at the drive thru needed cleaned along with the milkshake and ice machine. Loose food and debris in kitchen area, as wekk as spill in dry storage.

Henry Community Health, Henry County Jail, China Castle, Primo and Westwood Elementary in New Castle had no violations. Knightstown Community Food Pantry also had no violations. Mooreland Food Pantry in Mooreland had no violations.

Unless there is an immediate risk to public health and safety, Indiana regulations give business owners 10 days to review food inspection reports before releasing them to the public.

According to the Indiana State Health Department (ISHD), critical violations are “more likely than other violations to significantly contribute to food contamination, illness or environmental health hazard.” Restaurant operators are required by law to correct critical violations at the time of inspection, unless the health inspector agrees to a longer time frame to correct more complex issues.

For more information on local restaurant inspection reports, visit the health department at 1201 Race St., Suite 208, New Castle, or call 765-521-7059.

To view an online copy of the Indiana Retail Food Establishment Sanitation Requirements, visit -health/.