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Several videos emerged on Twitter Sunday purporting to show Tuscaloosa police violently subduing three University of Alabama students. Police were apparently responding to a noise complaint.

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Details on the arrests are scarce. “According to multiple sources, the incident took place at an apartment complex near Buffalo Phil’s last night,” the Crimson White reported:

In the videos, a Tuscaloosa Police officer stands in the door of an apartment, speaking with several people located in the apartment. Many are filming the officer. The officer is asked multiple times whether anyone is being arrested or detained, and eventually indicates that one male is under arrest, but does not say under what charges.

The Crimson White reached out to the tased individual. He declined comment.

In a statement on Twitter, the City of Tuscaloosa said that the Tuscaloosa Police Department “has forwarded videos of an arrest made this morning to internal affairs investigators. Full investigation to be conducted.” Chief Anderson told ABC 33/40 News that the investigation will begin tomorrow morning.

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In response to a request for comment, Tuscaloosa PD told Gawker to call back in the morning.

Update, 10:37 pm: A longer video of the conversation leading up to the students’ arrest has been uploaded to Youtube.

Update, 11:20 pm: Tuscaloosa PD has released a statement saying that police were responding to a loud music call around 3 o’clock the morning of November 8, the Crimson White reports.

According to Total Frat Move, the student who was tasered has been identified as Brandon Williford. He was reportedly charged with harassment, obstruction, and resisting arrest.

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