Wisconsin cop dances with Chicago drill team

Added On September 1, 2016

Muskego police officer Kevin Raiche takes the job seriously, you know serve and protect. But his service goes beyond the norm.

Cell phone video captured him dancing in the streets Sunday. As the south shore drill team of Illinois approached.

SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): Officer Kevin Raiche

"I was very stone faced. And as they approached, I was starting to feel it and then it just started to take over. Once it got close enough, I walked over. I took off my traffic vest; started waving it around and the crowd went nuts."

This has been happening at the annual Muskego community festival parade for the last three years.

And this group, also a crowd-pleaser, is always toward the end of the parade.

SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): Officer Kevin Raiche

"And it was totally spontaneous."

Since the first time, onlookers have requested it; the crowd has even gotten bigger. And the department purposely puts him at that intersection so he can strut his stuff.

SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): Officer Kevin Raiche

"I had a woman come up and say 'my husband and I postponed our vacation by a day just to come watch you dance today.' so, I said, 'Im not going to disappoint."

Even the dance team seems to love it.

SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): Officer Kevin Raiche

"I love the dance team. They're so talented and they all had big smiles on their faces. It is just so much fun to make people smile and laugh."

Raiche thinks the exhibition shows people that officers are approachable. He thinks he is a terrible dancer. Although you have to admit have had some moves.

SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): Officer Kevin Raiche

"I would say its freelance dancing. I just let it come from my spirit."