Here are the 12 most-read stories of 2012 on Largo Patch.
1. Man Goes to Jail For Having a Sandwich in His Pants. In September, a local man was accused of refusing to return a sandwich to a convenience store shelf and leaving the store with the sandwich in his pants, allegedly without paying for the merchandise. 2. Late Largo Soldier's Letter Changed Congressman's Mind on War. Fallen American Hero, Sgt. Matt Sitton, wrote to U.S. Rep. C.W. Bill Young about his concerns regarding improvised explosive devices in Afghanistan. In August, he was killed by one. 3. Feds: Largo Puppeteer Wanted to Cook, Eat Children. In July, a Largo man was charged with conspiring to kidnap kids and was found allegedly with images of child porn in his home, federal agents said. 4. Largo Boy Who Danced With Bucs …
From a sandwich in a man's pants to a new Buffalo Wild Wings, Wawa and Walmart, we take a look back at the top headlines on Largo Patch this past year. Vote in our poll to decide which one was the biggest.
As we turn the page on 2012, Largo Patch takes a look back at our 10 most popular local headlines of the past year. Check them out, and vote in our poll below to determine which was the biggest story of 2012. 1. Man Goes to Jail For Having a Sandwich in His Pants 2. Late Largo Soldier's Letter Changed Congressman's Mind on War 3. Feds: Largo Puppeteer Wanted to Cook, Eat Children 4. Feral Cats Pose Dilemma for Local Animal Agencies 5. Buffalo Wild Wings Coming Soon to Largo 6. Sheriff Declares War on Car Stereo Noise 7. New Walmart Coming to Missouri Avenue in Largo 8. One Woman Dead, Another Injured in Largo Hotel Shooting 9. Authentic Italian Eatery Opens on Ulmerton Road in Largo 10. Walmart and Wawa Coming to Ulmerton Crossing