Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old man, was shot and killed by police officers outside a convenience store early Tuesday in Baton Rouge, La.

The shooting was recorded on a cell phone and has led to outrage from many across the country.

Florida CB Jalen Tabor, a Maryland native, is among those angry about the actions of the Baton Rouge police officers. He took to Twitter on Wednesday morning to express his feelings:

Officers were called to the convenience store in response to a report that Sterling was selling CDs outside and pointed a gun at someone, according to The Advocate.

In a 48-second cell phone video, an officer can be seen tackling Sterling, and another officer assists in pinning him down.

After a brief struggle, an officer yells, “He’s got a gun! Gun!” Multiple shots can be heard in the ensuing seconds, prompting one of the video recorders to ask, “They shot him?” to which a crying woman responds, “Yes.”

The local NAACP chapter is calling for the arrest of the two officers involved in Sterling’s death:

“I’m calling on anybody in this city with a backbone to go arrest those two officers,” Mike McClanahan, of the local NAACP, said at a news conference Wednesday.

Congressman Cedric Richard has called on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the incident.