Authorities are cracking down on underage drinkers during Spring Break this year. Most of those arrested so far, have been at Panama City Beach.
Spring Break covers about five weeks. In the first two weeks, state beverage agents have made more than 2200 arrests at just four destinations, compared to about 3,000 for all of Spring Break last year throughout the entire state.
Authorities say they have also seized hundreds of fake ID cards.
The largest number of arrests so far this year is at Panama City Beach with 895 arrests, followed by Daytona Beach with 790, Key West with 344 arrests, and Fort Lauderdale with 176.
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