Had to be Hamtramck didn't it? HAMTRAMCK, Mich. (AP) - A police officer has been charged with using a Taser on his partner during an argument over whether they should stop for a soft drink. Ronald Dupuis, 32, was charged Wednesday with assault and could face up to three months in jail if convicted. The six-year member of the force was fired after the Nov. 3 incident. Dupuis and partner Prema Graham began arguing after Dupuis demanded she stop their car at a store so he could buy a soft drink, according to a police report. The two then struggled over the steering wheel, and Dupuis hit her leg with his department-issued Taser, the report said. She was not seriously hurt. Hamtramck police union lawyer Eugene Bolanowski said he expected Dupuis to hire a private lawyer. Hamtramck is a city of 23,000 surrounded by Detroit.