(MARYSVILLE) -- A 19-year old Port Huron man that became agressive during a traffic stop Wednesday was tasered by a deputy and arrested for resisting and obstructing police. The incident took place around 1 p.m. in the 400 block of Gratiot Avenue in Marysville. The 19-year old was originally stopped for not wearing his seat belt in a safety belt enforcement zone. During the stop, the St. Clair County Sheriff's deputy discovered that the man was driving on a suspended license, had expired plates and no insurance on the vehicle. The deputy informed the man that his vehicle was going to be towed because of his suspension. The man initially refused to get out of the vehicle. When he finally got out, he became agressive and threatened the deputy. Sheriff Tim Donnellon says the man was warned twice to before he was tasered. The 19-year old remains jailed in St. Clair County.