MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minneapolis Police chief says he will review a video showing six of his officers punching and kicking a 42-year-old man during a traffic stop. Chief Tim Dolan says he will review the video of Derryl Jenkins' arrest on Monday. Jenkins was stopped on Feb. 19 in north Minneapolis. He says he had a late-night dinner and three beers at Rudolph's Bar-B-Que and was headed to a friend's house when he was stopped for allegedly speeding. Jenkins had to have seven stitches above his eye after the six officers punched and kicked him during the incident. Jenkins was with charged assault and refusing to submit to alcohol tests, but those charges have been dropped. According to police reports, Jenkins resisted arrest. But Jenkins says the video shows he was the victim of an unprovoked attack.