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Video of Mansfield Police Officer Dancing Goes Viral

Aug 03, 2016 03:49PM ● By Melanie Heisinger

Image courtesy of the WFAA8 ABC website.

On July 31st, The LOT Downtown held a Community Benefit Concert to help the families affected by the recent shooting in Dallas. Live bands and vendors were part of the event.

As stated on The LOT Downtown's 
website, "The mission is to signify that we are a family. Mansfield, Texas, supports our sister city, Dallas, in a time of great need.  We bring our community together – all people, all ages, all neighborhoods, all faiths – gathered in one expression of hope, love and unity. This benefit concert will serve not only to raise funds to support those families affected by the Dallas tragedy, but also to be a visible symbol of Mansfield coming together as one."

Those that attended the live concert included several local Mansfield police officers, one of them being Officer Joe Alejandro, who was invited onto the stage, along with a few other officers, to dance. Soon after the music began, his dance moves emerged. He was quickly joined by children on the stage soon after. 

The live video that The LOT placed on their Facebook page quickly went viral, and was even shared by CBS DFW, among many other websites. It currently has over 50,000 views, and counting.

Check out the video below and enjoy! 

For more videos from the event, visit The LOT's Facebook page

Mansfield Police Officer, Joe Alejandro, getting his groove on at The LOT.

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