Texas Police Lip Sync Battles Go Nationwide

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A lip sync battle between Texas police departments that began last month is spreading nationwide and racking up millions of video views.

After appearing to begin in Central Texas, the challenges spread from one department to another until the eventually ended up going out of state.

The videos show officers lip syncing various pop songs -- most from behind the wheel of a patrol car, but some involved more elaborate shoots such as the one published earlier this week by the Norfolk, Virginia Police Department.

We've embedded a number of them below -- if we missed one, email us at newstips@nbcdfw.com and we'll get it added to the list.

Arlington Police Department

 

Aubrey Police Department

 

Austin Police Department

 

 

 

Bedford Police Department

 

Brownsville Police Department

 

Cedar Hill Police Department

 

Cedar Park Police Department

 

Corinth Police Department

Corinth police did not allow their video to be embedded, but you can see it on Facebook by clicking here.

 

Dallas Police Department

 

Denton Police Department

 

Farmers Branch Police Department

 

Flower Mound Police Department

 

Fort Worth Police Department

 

Frisco Police Department

 

Georgetown Police Department

 

Grapevine Police Department

 

Hickory Creek Police Department

 

Hurst Police Department

 

Irving Police Department

 

Laredo Police Department

 

Rowlett Police Department

 

San Angelo Police Department

 

 
San Antonio Police Department

 

Sherman Police Department

 

Southlake Police Department

 

Sulfur Springs Police Department

 

 

 

Weatherford Police Department

Weatherford police did not allow their video to be embedded, but you can see it on Facebook by clicking here.

 

Wylie Police Department

 

Elsewhere

 

Winchester, Virginia Police Department

 

Norfolk, Virginia Police Department

 

Owasso, Oklahoma Police Department

 

Monroe, Georgia Police Deparment

 

St Helens, Oregon Police Department

 

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