MORE than 150 people have been arrested and 75 guns seized as a crime wave swept parts of Florida during Spring Break.
Cops revealed Monday that 160 “pathetic cowards” were jailed in Bay County over the past weekend.
And two people popularly died Mexican Resorts as young people marked Spring Break.
Police officers in Panama City Beach said 75 guns were seized as police said there were enough guns to support a small army.
Weapons captured included pistols, shotguns and semi-automatic rifles Panama City News Herald.
The beach’s police chief, JR Talamantez, said: “What we have seen over the past weekend is absolutely unacceptable, period.
“These pathetic cowards who have come and committed these crimes – their actions will not be tolerated.”
Cops said spring breakers weren’t “responsible” for the mess.
Bay County Sheriff Tommy Ford said there would have been “a lot of tragedy” if the police hadn’t worked.
Panama City Police Chief Mark Smith said: “This is not what we want to bring to our city.
“We want the Spring Breakers. We want the tourists, but we don’t want that criminal element.”
According to WVTM, a 21-year-old was shot in the foot at a Waffle House restaurant on Sunday afternoon.
Cops say suspected gunman Javonte Sanders, 22, released the gun that struck the unnamed victim.
More than two dozen shell casings from three guns were seized.
Police are continuing to investigate the cause of the shooting.
As a college freshman, tragedy struck in Mexico Aiden Nevarez fell 20 feet to his death at a Cabo hotel – just hours after arriving.
The 18-year-old accidentally fell into an area of the Hotel Riu Santa Fe where he was staying with some of his classmates, according to an NBC affiliate KPNX.
The incident reportedly happened near a short wall with a 20-foot drop on the other side.
The teenager’s pal, Jake Reithinger, told KTVK/KPHO, “It almost looks like it’s just a shrub or bush and the little wall that’s there is about knee high.”
Aiden’s death was ruled accidental as he died from the fall.
SPRING BREAK TRAGEDY
And a 22-year-old woman drowned in Cancun last Wednesday.
She was pulled out of the strong sea current and taken to a hospital where she was reportedly pronounced dead Riviera Maya News.
She was reportedly with her boyfriend on the beach in Cancun’s Hotel Zone when she started fighting in the water.
Hotel staff pulled her out of the water and called for an ambulance after the friend ran for help.
She was taken to the hospital in serious condition but was later pronounced dead.
The tragedies came after Spring Break people came to South Florida to party without Coronavirus Restrictions.
Revelers have been seen drinking and wrestling on the beach in Fort Lauderdale.
Officials said thousands of students were parading through the city in “unprecedented” numbers.
Meanwhile, the country was hit by a series of shootings during Spring Break celebrations last week.
And ten people were injured when gunfire erupted in Dallas.
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