By Suzie Ziegler 

SANTA ANA, Calif. — A Santa Ana police officer is beneath investigation after he blared Disney music whereas being filmed by a citizen in an obvious try to cease the video from being shared on-line. Within the video, the officer says he’s taking part in the music to set off a copyright strike. 

Based on KTLA, police have been responding to a stolen automobile report when the proprietor of the YouTube channel ‘Santa Ana Audits’ confirmed up. The YouTube channel’s movies encompass obvious ‘First Modification audits,’ or recordings of police exercise. 

All through the video, a number of Disney songs are heard together with “Reflection” from “Mulan.” 

Within the video, one other man who identifies himself as a metropolis council member asks the officer why he’s taking part in the music. 

“Why? As a result of it’s copyrighted,” the unidentified officer responds.

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“It’s as a result of he is aware of I’ve a YouTube channel,” the person behind the digital camera says. 

Town council member admonishes the officer for enjoying the music so loudly and disturbing the neighbors. 

Now, the Santa Ana Police Division is investigating to find out if the officer will face any self-discipline. 

The division launched the next assertion in response to the incident: 

“The Santa Ana police division is conscious of a video that has surfaced involving one in every of our officers. We’re dedicated to serving our group and we perceive the issues because it pertains to the video. The Santa Ana police division takes significantly all complaints relating to the service supplied by the division and the conduct of its workers. Our division is dedicated to conducting full, thorough, and goal investigations. My expectations is that each one police division workers carry out their duties with dignity and respect in the neighborhood we’re employed to serve.” 





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