The Latest on a high-speed police pursuit from Massachusetts to New Hampshire caught on video showing police pummeling a suspect who appeared to be surrendering (all times local):

3:45 p.m.

A Massachusetts State Police trooper has been suspended with pay after video captured him and other officers beating up a surrendering suspect following a wild car chase into New Hampshire.

Police spokesman David Procopio said the suspension handed down Friday is in effect until an investigation into Wednesday's chase is complete.

He declined to elaborate on the decision or to release the officer's name. He said the trooper is 32, has been on the police force since 2011 and was assigned to its Andover Barracks.

An unnamed New Hampshire state trooper has also been suspended.

The 50-mile pursuit started in Holden, Massachusetts, and ended in Nashua, New Hampshire.

News helicopter video captured the suspect, Richard Simone Jr., surrendering on the ground before officers punched him repeatedly.

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1:00 p.m.

A Massachusetts State Police trooper is facing a disciplinary hearing on his involvement in a 50-mile car chase that ended with a violent takedown of a suspect in New Hampshire that was caught on video.

The closed-door hearing was scheduled for Friday afternoon.

The unnamed trooper was relieved of duty Thursday pending the hearing, which is meant to determine whether he's suspended or placed on another work status as the investigation continues.

An unnamed New Hampshire state trooper has also been suspended.

The 50-mile pursuit started in Holden, Massachusetts, and ended in Nashua, New Hampshire. News helicopter video captured the suspect, Richard Simone Jr., surrendering on the ground before officers punched him repeatedly.