GLENDALE, AZ - A man pointed at an ambulance driver, flipped the driver the middle finger and then held up a sign that read “Death Threat” according to Glendale police.
A passenger in the ambulance called police officers who then pulled the suspect over near 59th Avenue and Bell Road on January 31.
The man then assaulted the officers by kicking them, police said.
Officers used a taser on the suspect three to four times, but the taser had no effect.
Dash-cam video of the incident was just released by Glendale police on Thursday that shows part of the scuffle.
The man is being held in jail until a mental evaluation can be performed.
He is facing charges connected to the assault of the officers, disorderly conduct and threatening the ambulance driver.
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