Articles Tagged with Largo

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When the great-grandmother of a 10-year-old boy reportedly allowed him to drive her vehicle because she had allegedly been drinking, the child caused an accident involving three cars.

75-year-old Lauren Burch Birk lives in a condominium in Largo, Florida. In 2017, she was arrested and convicted for driving under the influence.

Just before Christmas in 2020, Birk was with her 3 great-grandchildren. The children informed Birk that they wanted to look at the Largo Central Park Christmas lights display.

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The authorities allegedly found drugs in a man’s prosthetic leg as he was being processed into the jail for narcotics possession.

33-year-old Keith Adams resides in Largo, Florida.

Around 5:00 am on April 24, Adams was reportedly the passenger in a vehicle traveling around the local area.

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The mother of a young boy was arrested after police allegedly found cocaine and paraphernalia laid out on her child’s copy of The Cat in the Hat.

24-year-old Casey Quoka has a toddler and lives in Largo, Florida. She is reported as being employed as a bartender at a local Applebee’s Grill and Bar.

Quoka’s youngster reportedly owns a copy of the book “The Cat in the Hat.”

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A Florida ex-convict is facing felony charges after allegedly throwing a cat at her elderly roommate during a domestic dispute.

56-year-old Wendi Hird lives in Largo with her 73-year-old ex-boyfriend and now roommate.

Hird has served two prison terms. The first occurred when she escaped from police custody and spent a year behind bars. The second, in 2005, was for the battery of a police officer. Hird was in state prison for approximately 5 years after conviction.

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A man and woman from Florida were charged after allegedly performing sex acts on the side of a road in the view of several passing cars.

In the middle of the afternoon on November 14, a multitude of vehicles were traveling down US Highway 19 N in Largo while a male and female were allegedly on the side of the road engaging in sexual activities.

A man driving past the allegedly obscene display called to notify the authorities about what he had seen. The caller reported that he saw a couple taking part in oral sexual gratification and that the male was pleasuring the female when he viewed the alleged event.

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When a woman at a school board meeting regarding school children wearing face coverings reportedly would not wear a face mask after being told that she must, she allegedly caused a ruckus leading to her arrest.

On November 10, the Pinellas County School Board held a meeting in Largo to discuss the wearing of face masks in all school buildings to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Many parents on both sides of the issue were in attendance waiting to express their concerns.

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A man is facing criminal charges after allegedly striking his significant other with the guts of a pumpkin during a domestic dispute.

26-year-old Nathan Garisto resides in Largo, Florida with his 29-year-old girlfriend.

Early in the morning on October 19, Garisto reportedly consumed a large quantity of alcohol before he and his girlfriend became verbally combative towards each other.

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A Florida man was apprehended after allegedly battering an employee and a customer during a confrontation regarding his refusal to wear a face-covering inside a hardware store.

Late in the afternoon on August 25, a man identified as 51-year-old Russell Alan Wood reportedly took a trip to the local Ace Hardware Store in Largo.

When he entered the store, Wood was reportedly informed that to patronize the business he would be required to don a face covering.

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29-year-old Donika Shaniece Mays and her boyfriend live together in Largo, Florida with their 2-year-old.

On the afternoon of July 14, Mays and her man were reportedly bickering all morning and their verbal fighting eventually allegedly turned physical.

When the man went outside he reportedly noticed that his vehicle’s tires were deflated, and he asked Mays if she knew what caused the event.

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When a Largo man allegedly stole a pricey boat from a dealership, he reportedly left the vessel after crashing into a group of pilings.

Last Saturday around 2:00 am, the theft of a 2019 Jeanneau Leader boat with a value of $90,000 was reportedly robbed from the Thunder Marine boat dealership in St. Petersburg.

After the suspect left the shore with the boat, the alleged voyage took a turn for the worse as the vessel was navigated in a way that caused it to smash into four wooden channel-marker pilings.

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