Warning to Spring Breakers: "You do the crime, you will do the time." By:Peyton LoCicero Updated: Feb 26, 2019 08:32 AM EST WALTON COUNTY, Fla. - The first wave of spring breakers will arrive before you know it... "Treat my home like your home," said Mike Adkinson, Walton County Sheriff. "If you do that, you are going to have a wonderful vacation here in Walton County." To college students looking to go wild in South Walton, Sheriff Adkinson warns, "...it will end poorly." Right now, the beaches are empty but, that will change in less than two weeks. Spring breakers will take over the town but, that won't stop Walton County Sheriffs Office from enforcing their strict zero tolerance policy. Spring break 2019 is expected to bring an influx of 200,000 people. One thing that will remain the same is, Walton County's party patrol. Deputies look for loud noises, underage drinking and public intoxication. It's not just the beach where you will see a heavy law enforcement presence. There will be eyes on the roads too. "I think the biggest thing from the last couple of years has been traffic," shared Adkinson. Around 300 students were arrested during spring break 2018, ranging from high school students to college kids. "During this time of year, we take a pretty pretty aggressive stance with it. Not because we are trying to ruin anyone's lives but, because we are trying to protect people and protect the quality of life." To the parents, Sheriff Adkinson has this message. Warning to Spring Breakers: "You do the crime, you will do the time."