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FAVORITE MOMENTS FROM 2018: Sheriff’s deputies slay it in Lip Sync Challenge 

Challenge accepted and mic dropped. 

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One of our favorite moments of 2018 was when Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies jumped lip first into the police lip sync challenge  started over the summer by Alexander Mena, a deputy from the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office in Texas. 

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Officers from around the nation have taken the challenge, lip syncing to songs ranging from Diana Ross’ “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” to Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” 

Montgomery County deputies Nicholas DeVore and Craig Eaton took on “Whatever it  Takes” by Imagine Dragons. 
DeVore handles the bulk of the lip syncing, but Eaton holds his own in the head bopping department. 

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A nationwide trend where departments are posting videos of officers lip syncing is spreading.

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