Spring Break Resort With The ‘Littest Beach Anywhere’ Is Calling In Cartel-Fighting Police To Keep College Kids In Line

Spring Break Resort With The ‘Littest Beach Anywhere’ Is Calling In Cartel-Fighting Police To Keep College Kids In Line

South Padre Island, Texas is calling in drug cartel-fighting cops to keep college kids in line this Spring Break.  During Spring Break, the sleepy island community of just over 5,000 people is transformed as an estimated 100,000 college kids arrive for long days of boozing on the beach.  It’s big business for the small town and brings in over $30 million. However, the college kids cause a lot of trouble.  This leads to the local police department to draft in officers from others cities in Texas, including those in border towns who usually are busy fighting drug cartels.