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Round-up of #lipsyncchallenge videos by police

Henderson County Sheriff's Office bringing it to the #lipsyncchallenge (Source: Facebook) Henderson County Sheriff's Office bringing it to the #lipsyncchallenge (Source: Facebook)
EAST TEXAS (KLTV) -

The #lipsyncchallenge videos continue to roll in from East Texas law enforcement as police departments and sheriff's offices get their groove on and show off their moves. 

The Gun Barrel City Police Department did not come to play with their performance, enlisting the help of Stoney La Rue. In their "anticipated" video, the Texas country star prepares for his own performance, unaware that while he is away, the police will play. 

The Tyler Police Department arrived late to the party but as a strong contender nonetheless with dance moves that would make Justin Timberlake proud. They posted the video saying "we just 'Can't Stop The Feelin' that we made you wait too long." Doesn't matter to us, we think it was worth the wait! Click here to watch. 

The Henderson County Sheriff's Office offered some stiff competition with their legendary video. Their ode to country music includes square-dancing on an armored vehicle, a full band, and an intense "manhunt" complete with dogs and horses.  Click here to watch. 

The Palestine Police Department worked with photographer Brent Paxton to create a new lip sync video which exactly what we needed this Friday.Chief Andy Harvey and Officer Durbin lead a cast of Palestine citizens...including one who isn't exactly born yet and one large crime dog... pitching in to re-enact the fun of the Footloose theme song in their submission to the #lipsyncchallenge that has been popular on social media among law enforcement agencies this week.  (Make sure you watch to the end; if not, you'll miss the dancing fetus. Yes, we said dancing fetus.) Click here to watch. 

On July 2, the Henderson Police Department contributed to the fun with Officer Randolph and her power ring: The Cupcake Song:

Then came Tenaha Police Department's creative contribution: East Bound and Down from Smokey and the Bandit: 

Mabank Police Department joined in with this submission, finishing off this roundup of #lipsyncchallenge jewels: The Lion Sleeps Tonight. 

Did we miss one that you think we should see? Send an email with the link to webstaff@kltv.com. 

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