Party goes on for breakers (PHOTOS)

Published: Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 03:28 PM.

"I just took all the alcohol to hold when we're walking to the beach," she said. "I didn't want them to get in trouble for holding it."

For one group of Texas women, word of the spring break bust traveled by way of a friend who was at the infamous party. While the friend was not one of the 32 arrested, the young women agreed the no-tolerance policy is "kind of scary."

"It's spring break," one of them said. "If you're not wasted, you're doing it wrong — yolo."

James Blagia, a sophomore at University of Texas , did hear about the bust, but thinks the cops should be paying attention to more pressing matters.

"They should focus their attention on serial killers," he said.

As of Thursday morning, the total number of notice to appears and arrests in Walton County have been 384. And this is only the beginning of the spring break season.

Those caught drinking underage have the choice between a $250 fine or a notice to appear in court.

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