Two videos of an alleged incident between Scottie Scheffler and Louisville Metro Police detective Bryan Gillis were released on Thursday afternoon, Kentucky time.

After a press conference with Louisville mayor Craig Greenberg and Louisville Metro Police chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel, the LMPD posted the only known footage of Scheffler’s arrest outside Valhalla Golf Club last Friday ahead of the second round of the PGA Championship. Both Greenberg and Gwinn-Villaroel have acknowledged that Gillis did not have his body camera activated during his encounter with Scheffler, which violates LMPD policy.

In the first video, which runs for about 55 minutes, Scheffler can be seen in handcuffs about the 42:31 mark.

In the second video, it appears Gillis is running towards Scheffler’s car:

Scheffler was charged with second-degree assault of a police officer, criminal mischief and reckless driving. Scheffler is alleged to have driven past a police officer against the officer’s instructions while trying to enter the club. Scheffler called the incident a misunderstanding, although a police report states that Gillis was dragged by Scheffler’s car, which led to injury and damage of Gillis’ pants. Scheffler’s lawyer Steve Romines has disputed the nature of the incident.

Scheffler’s arraignment was originally scheduled for Tuesday, but was pushed back to June 3. Romines has told multiple news outlets that Scheffler will enter a not guilty plea. “Our position remains the same,” Romines said after Thursday’s press conference. “It will either be dismissed or will go to trial. We’re not interested in settling.”