By CBS3 Staff

WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — The Delaware NAACP is now weighing in on video of a controversial arrest in Wilmington. The video shows an officer grabbing Dwayne Brown and then banging his head on an acrylic barrier inside of the 3 C’s Food Market.

The incident happened on Sept. 21.

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A day care center had accused Brown of making sexual comments toward staff.

On Monday, the NAACP called for the firing and arrest of the officer seen in the video.

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“This is about decency, justice, and frankly, accountability,” Coby Owens with the Delaware NAACP said. “To tell us that a Black man can have this kind of treatment imposed upon him, imagine what used to happen before we had body-worn cameras.”

Wilmington police placed the officer on administrative duty.

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Brown is facing harassment and other charges.