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Deputy Hodges responds to a noise complaint and unknowingly finds himself in a local rap video / YouTube.com

MACCLENNY, Fla. - A rap video posted on YouTube has a surprising guest star: an unwitting sheriff's deputy.

Baker County Deputy Johny Hodges arrived on the scene of a noise complaint at a BP gas station on May 31. Upon his arrival, he realized the noise complaint stemmed from a professional music video filming by 7th Sense Productions.

Hodges left the scene that night. However, days later, he found himself and his patrol car in a music video, 'My Word' by local group, PMF or Pain Made Family.

According to Major Gerald Gonzalez with the Baker County's Sheriff's Office, the deputy did not intend to be in the video and had no idea he was being filmed.

"We were videoed unbeknownst to us and we certainly did not agree to promote or take part in the video," said Gonzalez. "But they obviously did it completely right and obtained the business owner's permission to use the business."

PMF members could not be reached for comment.

Gonzalez says there are no charges filed and the group did not violate any law.



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