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An Oklahoma City police officer is going viral for his unique treatment of a noise complaint.
Officers were called on Friday for the investigation of the noise pollution in south-Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City Police Department said on Facebook.
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Officer Nate Ross was the first to arrive on the scene, and he found a man playing a set of drums along the side of the road.
Ross spoke with the musician and explained the police had called because the music was too loud.
“But everyone knows that agent Ross used to play the drums back in the day. Anyone happen to capture Ross to sit, showing them how it was done,” the ministry wrote on Facebook, in addition to a video of Ross jamming on the drum kit.
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The 34-second video was viewed on Facebook more than 300,000 times as of Tuesday afternoon, with many commenters praising Ross for the positive police-community interaction.
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“I am convinced that the success of our department for a part is about our interactions with citizens. I could have gone over there, talking to them, telling them it was too loud and they had it off…but this was a lot of fun…it gave me a chance to communicate with the people that I serve. I have a number of hugs and handshakes at the end of all this, then they turned it down and to the left,” he said, according to the department is the Facebook post.