Police Use Taser Gun On Off-Duty Detroit Officer Updated: December 15th, 2006 02:53 PM EDT E-Mail This StoryE-mail Story Print This StoryPrint Story Most Read Stories TodayMost Read Most Emailed Stories TodayMost Emailed Story by clickondetroit.com Investigators are looking into what led to the use of a Taser gun on a Detroit police officer following a traffic stop early Wednesday morning. Police said the incident was caught on a camera mounted inside a Farmington Hills police car. Farmington Hills police said they pulled over Detroit police Sgt. David Marshall after he allegedly ran a red light at 10 Mile and Middlebelt roads. Marshall continued to drive toward his home, stopped in his driveway and then got out of the car, sources said. He was driving his personal vehicle but was still wearing his police uniform. Sources who have seen the video tape of the incident said Marshall was schocked with a Taser gun after he refused to put his gun in the car at the request of the officer. Farmington Hills Police Chief William Dwyer said his officer acted responsibly and no action is being taken. Detroit police would not comment and said the incident is under administrative review, which includes looking at a copy of the video. Marshall faces three charges: interfering with an officer, resisting arrest and running a red light. Stay tuned to Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit.com for updates to this story.