refiled charges against a son of the chief on Monday.
John Anthony Pardini, 44, 2632 Monterey Dr., Upper St. Clair, was arrested in August 2011 when an officer spotted him riding a bike in circles on Washington Road just before 11:30 p.m.
The officer stated in a criminal complaint filed with that there were no lights on the bicycle and that it appeared the rider was having a hard time keeping balance.
The officer stated Pardini was carrying a cold, six-pack of beer while riding the bike and that two bottles were missing.
After Pardini failed field sobriety tests, the officer told him he was going to be arrested for DUI.
Pardini yelled an obscenity, tried to run across Washington Road and that's when the officer deployed a taser to bring Pardini to a halt in the center turn lane, according to the complaint.
The officer stated a second taser discharge was required during handcuffing.
During the arrest the officer stated that a small amount of marijuana and a metal pipe fell from Pardini's pocket.
Pardini's blood alcohol content was at .097 percent. The legal level of alcohol in Pennsylvania is .08 percent.
Pardini is charged with resisting arrest, driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance, public drunkenness, possession of small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and not having a front lamp on his bicycle.
According to the Washington Observer-Reporter, the charges were initially dismissed after a preliminary hearing last October before .