One of the officers tells the man to “just relax” and another orders him to sit on the ground.The man eventually put down his bucket and trash grabber and the police officer who first questioned the man holstered his weapon, according to the video.”Officers ultimately determined that the man had a legal right to be on the property and returned the man’s school identification card. All officers left the scene and no further action was taken,” the police statement reads.

News of the incident spread throughout Boulder, prompting a large and angry crowd to attend the Boulder City Council Meeting Tuesday night, many in attendance holding metal trash grabbers.

“This is an extremely concerning issue, and one that we are taking very seriously,”

Boulder Police Chief Greg Testa told the city council.

Testa said the officer who first confronted the man has been placed on administrative leave, pending the outcome of the internal affairs investigation. He did not identify the officer.