Hamilton County Sheriff's Department catches 'Running Man' fever

Neil and deputies accept CPD's challenge
Posted at 12:39 PM, Jul 04, 2016

HAMILTON COUNTY, Ohio -- The Cincinnati Police Department came calling, and the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department answered.

With rivaling quality and Cincinnati pride, the sheriff's department posted their own Running Man Challenge video Thursday after CPD challenged them to top their video, posted last week. The only rules for making a Running Man Challenge video is to bust a move to the '90s song "My Boo" by Ghost Town DJ's.

The deputies busted a move in the courthouse, with FC Cincinnati stars, with the Bengals and Ben-gals at Paul Brown Stadium, at Great American Ball Park and at Sawyer Point with the Firecrackers jump rope team.

Near the end of the video, Neil and other deputies dramatically slow-mo walked away from an explosion (on training ground property). Neil lifts his facemask and, introduces himself, punches his fist into his hand and says "We just nailed it!" 

The message at the end of the video is to report heroin dealers. "We need to inject hope," Neil said.

In their video, CPD's message was "put down the guns" and gun violence prevention.

Before it cuts to black, Neil calls out the Franklin County, Ohio, Sheriff's Office, and tells them to "top that!"

Watch the video in the player above.