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TAPING SPRING BREAK MEMORIES

Spring Breakers Capture Memories With Camcorders

Camcorders and cameras were everywhere on the beach Saturday afternoon.

Spring breakers say they are a necessity at an event like spring break.

Randy Parson a Memphis visitor said, It's kind of important to keep things that you did in the past summers and spring breaks and stuff like that.

Shalanda Dickson a Jackson visitor added we always take pictures because it captures memories.

And, Robert Cummings a Crystal Springs visitor said later on down the road, you might want to look back on it for precious moments.

The Black Spring Break Web Site encouraged spring breakers to bring camcorders to record any type of law enforcement behavior they feel is inappropriate. Spring breakers say they brought them to have fun, but they will use them for law enforcement if necessary.

Robert Cummings from Crystal Springs said he thinks that's important because last year he felt that they were kind of harassing people.

Gulfport Police's Stephen Barnes said law enforcers have no problem with them bringing their camcorders. He added we want the spring breakers to come to the coast and have a good time and obey the rules.

Spring breakers say they hope to make many memories here on the gulf coast, and with their camcorders and cameras, they'll be able to look back on them for years to come.

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