These Lip Sync Challenge videos have been ALL the rage throughout the Tri-States over the past few weeks (and they're still going strong). The Quincy Police Department, Hannibal Police Department, Adams County Sheriff's Office, and Marion County Sheriff's Office have all gotten in on the fun with some EPIC videos. But which one is the best? I'm leaving that up to you.

Need a refresher? Let's take a look at the four videos once more...

They were the first to post their video and everybody was very excited to see what they'd come up with. They did a medley of classic hits from Queen, Bon Jovi, and even the sexy sax-driven "Careless Whisper". In the video we find the men and women in blue chasing down a couple of bank robbers and, I think, falling in love with a jelly donut. As the first to take the leap, this one definitely stands out for me.

Next we got to see what the Marion County Sheriff's Office had to bring (along with special guest "McGruff The Crime Dog"). They opted for a more hard rock feel with some Judas Priest and Twisted Sister before taking on legends like Elvis and Aretha Franklin. It just looks they they were having so much fun, and I have to admit, I was singing along too.

When I saw The Adams County Sheriff's Office, I was pretty impressed. They not only lip synced to famous songs, but they also lip synced a famous scene out of Super Troopers. This one (like the Quincy Police Department's) has a sad tribute to a donut as well, which I still think is hilarious.

The video starts off with the theme from "Rocky" as someone climbs the steps of the lighthouse. I don't know what it is about that song, but now I want to climb some stairs too. They follow that up with some Sammy Hagar and Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" along with some impressive dance moves. At the end of the video, HPD honors the men and women of law enforcement and the U.S. military with Toby Keith's "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue."

Now that you have seen all of the videos, which one do you like the most? I can't pick, so I'm leaving it up to you...

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