Two of the officers in the video are deputies with the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office and the third is an officer with the Mulberry Police Department, the agencies confirmed in statements Sunday.

The video, which was posted on social media, shows officers pinning a person near a sidewalk, apparently punching the person in the face and kneeing them in the side and back.

A woman not seen in the video can be heard saying, “Don’t hit him! He needs his medicine!” One officer replies, “Back up!” while another orders him to get into her car.

The person who posted the video online said his sister witnessed the altercation outside Kountry Xpress in Mulberry.

Crawford County Sheriff Jimmy Damante told CNN affiliate KHBS that the suspect was wanted for allegedly threatening a gas station attendant in a neighboring town. When he was seen in Mulberry, Damante said the man was initially cooperative but then tried to attack the officers, leading to the confrontation seen in the video. The sheriff told KHBS the suspect was examined at a hospital and booked, while one deputy received minor head injuries during the altercation.

Arkansas State Police identified the suspect as Randal Worcester, 27, of Goose Creek, South Carolina. Worcester is charged with second-degree assault, resisting arrest, possession of an instrumentality of crime, breaking and entering, criminal mischief, terroristic threat and assault charges, according to state police and jail records.

Crawford County Jail records show Worcester is being held on $15,000 bond. It was unclear Sunday night if he had an attorney.

“In reference to the video circulating on social media involving two Crawford County officers, we have requested that the Arkansas State Police conduct the investigation and the officers have been suspended pending the outcome of the investigation.” the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office said Sunday in a statement posted on Facebook.

The Mulberry police officer is on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation, the Mulberry Police Department said in a statement to CNN.

“The City of Mulberry and the Mulberry Police Department take these investigations very seriously and hold all of their officers accountable for their actions,” Mulberry Police said.

CNN is not aware of other footage of the incident at this time.

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson confirmed that the state police will be investigated.

“I have spoken with Arkansas State Police Col. Bill Bryant and the local arrest incident in Crawford County will be investigated based on the video evidence and the prosecutor’s request,” Hutchinson said in a post on Twitter.

CNN reached out to the Arkansas State Police for comment on the investigation and did not immediately hear back.