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Watch Dayton cop Whip, Nae Nae and do the Stanky Leg

Not only does Jermar Rayford know how to patrol the street and play basketball, the new Dayton police officer also knows how to Whip, Nae Nae, and do the Stanky Leg.

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Rayford, a Dayton native, showed off his skills during Sunday's Taste of all things Oregon.

Watch the video below.

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Mike Martin, president of the Oregon District Business Association, said Rayford's spontaneous dance was a big hit.

Martin says Rayford told him that the dance was all about being engaged in the community.

We think it is fantastic.

This isn't the first time Rayford has been caught on camera being awesome -- he squared off against a few kids in some street basketball.

Rayford joined the PD last year and typically works nights in the East Patrol Operation Division.



Dayton police officer Jermar Rayford dances at the Taste of All Things Oregon. (Source/ Mike Martin)

The Taste of All Things Oregon District showcased the the district's businesses and was organized by the business association and the Miami Valley Restaurant Association.



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