MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman is calling for a review after video of an arrest was made public.

Chris Lollie (pictured above) shot a video as St. Paul Police arrested him in a skyway in January. It was posted to YouTube this week. (Warning: the video is graphic.)

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Lollie said he refused to give officers his name, because he hadn’t done anything wrong.

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Police say they tasered him after he pulled away and resisted orders.

In a statement, Coleman said the video raises a great deal of concern.

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He plans to meet with leaders of the African-American community and the St. Paul Police Department to talk about the incident next week.