A 19 year old Port Huron man is lodged in the St. Clair County Intervention and Detention Center following an incident in safety belt enforcement zone Wednesday afternoon. According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, the man was originally stopped about 1:00 p.m. in the 400 block of Gratiot in Marysville for not wearing his seat belt. During the stop, it was discovered that the man was also driving on a suspended license, had expired plates and no insurance on his vehicle. The 19 year old was told his vehicle was going to be towed because of the suspension. He first refused to get out of the vehicle. When he finally got out of the vehicle, the man became aggressive and threatened the deputy. He was told to just walk away by the deputy. The man did so twice, and twice came back at the deputy. He was then ordered to stop or be tasered. The 19 year old continued to be aggressive and was tasered. He was transported to Port Huron Hospital to be checked. Once he was cleared medically, he was taken to the IDC, where he is being held on a charge of resisting and obstructing. He was also issued citations for driving while license suspended, no insurance and expired plates.