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No Alcohol On Beach Or Parking Lot In Panama City Beach Is Proposed By Sheriff

Rickey Stokes

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Date: Apr 09 2014 1:00 PM

 PANAMA CITY BEACH FL:   Locals and officials have been conflicted for years over Panama City Beach's reputation as being a wild college spring break destination, but for many, those feelings are reaching new heights. Multiple law enforcement officers have made public statements this week about the dangers of spring break and the need for a change. 


At a monthly CrimeStoppers meeting Tuesday night, Panama City Beach Police Lt. Jamey Wright called the spring break scene on the beaches "a war zone," saying that spring break crowds are bigger than ever and that more of the spring breakers are armed. 


"They’re definitely armed to the teeth," Wright said, according to the Panama City News Herald. "And on the flip side of that, a lot of them have their permits, too. They’re armed, and they have permits."


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