PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A man has been charged with threatening a police officer wounded during a home invasion in Clairton.

Irving Glaze, 43, confronted paralyzed Clairton police officer James Kuzak Monday on Fifth Avenue in Downtown outside the courthouse.

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That’s when police say Glaze asked Kuzak, “What would you do if I threw you out of that chair?”

He also allegedly yelled at Officer Kuzak, “You did those boys wrong!”

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Glaze was at the courthouse for an unrelated matter, and according the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Department, he caused a disturbance when he appeared in Criminal Court.

He got into a scuffle with sheriff’s deputies and they used a taser on him.

Glaze is now facing a list of charges from both incidents, including simple assault, terroristic threats, harassment, aggravated assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

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