[video=youtube_share;ff8gp3qJ1d8]http://youtu.be/ff8gp3qJ1d8[/video] Lapel camera video from a recent arrest of a law student shows an Albuquerque Police Department officer slamming the student into the back of his truck, apparently kicking him in the groin in the process, before taking the student to the ground and arresting him for allegedly driving while drunk and possessing marijuana. The video, obtained and released by ProgressNow New Mexico, also shows officer Pablo Padilla, who has been with APD since 2001, snatching the phone belonging to one of the passengers in 24-year-old Jeremy Martinâ€™s truck and later deleting videos the passenger had taken of the arrest. Martin had to have one of his testicles surgically removed due to injuries he sustained in the April 25 arrest. Police declined to comment on the arrest, saying that it was a â€œpersonnel matter.â€ They also would not comment generally on police training relating to seizing cellphones or striking suspects in the groin. Padilla has been assigned to desk duty, according to KOAT-TV, though APD would not confirm that. The 13-minute video shows Martin, a first-year University of New Mexico law student, not cooperating with the officerâ€™s demands for him to sit on the sidewalk. He continues standing, despite Padilla threatening to â€œmaceâ€ him, but does not approach the officer or otherwise threaten the officer when Padilla grabs him by the shoulder, slams him into his truck and then takes him to the ground. When Padilla threatens to mace Martin, Martin says at one point: â€œMace me. Mace me.â€ Heâ€™s later handcuffed while Martin shouts â€œIâ€™m not resisting!â€ After Martin is placed in a police vehicle, Padilla walks back to the truck and orders the two passengers to get out and sit on the curb. One passenger holds his cellphone up, and Padilla asks him to stop filming, saying the encounter is being captured on the officerâ€™s lapel camera. The passenger begins to object and questions what law he is violating by filming the arrest when Padilla grabs the phone from his hand. He is later seen deleting video from the phone. Later, the video shows Padilla questioning Martin and explaining why he had to arrest him, and that he should not have â€œcome at me.â€ â€œYou should have called a taxi,â€ Padilla said. â€œâ€¦ If you donâ€™t listen to my instructions and sit down, not come at me â€“ I donâ€™t understand why you canâ€™t listen.â€ Martin said he continued to stand up so that he could have a conversation with the officer. He was later booked into the county jail on aggravated driving under the influence and marijuana possession. Martin is being represented by attorney Sam Bregman. As of Tuesday, no civil lawsuits relating to the arrest had been filed in state or federal court. Martinâ€™s next court appearance is scheduled for July, according to online court records.