An Irvington man was tasered after he became combative after police were called to his Main Street home on October 13, according to the Police Department.
Police received a 2:04 p.m. call reporting a dispute among family members that Sunday and reported a man at the home "was tasered and taken into custody based on his non-compliance," according to Police Sgt. Michael Foley.
"He was fighting and spitting at the officers," Foley said.
The 25-year-old was taken to Westchester Medical Center for treatment, where he was served with an appearance ticket. He is formally charged with Obstruction of Governmental Administration, a misdemeanor.
Two police officers who responded to the home suffered "minor injuries," Foley said, but did not require medical attention.