Ainsley Earhardt returned to spring break this year in Panama City Beach, Fla., where she went on a police ride-along with shocking results.

“You name it, we’ve seen it,” said Capt. Faith Bell, of the Bay County Sheriff’s Office, who took Earhardt on the ride-along.

In 20 years on the job, Bell said she’s witnessed the “violation of any human moral you can imagine.”

She explained that the amount of guns in the area is worsening, and drugs are rampant on the streets.

In a matter of just an hour, Earhardt said she witnessed three drug busts for marijuana and molly.

“Is that even scratching the surface?” Earhardt asked Bell.

“It’s a small drop in the bucket compared to what’s out there,” Bell said.

Watch the shocking report above. Plus, tune in to "Hannity" tomorrow at 10p ET for more on spring break.

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