A Staten Island man has been charged with aggravated harassment over threatening phone calls he made to Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network office in April. Richard Maltese, 43, allegedly called Sharpton's Harlem office three times, threatening Sharpton and his employees after Sharpton organized a protest on Arizona's immigration law in Phoenix. Sharpton's lawyer Michael Hardy told the Daily News they take threats seriously, but Maltese's fiance seemed surprised at the arrest. She said, "[He's] not really political outside of the normal voting." Clearly, it's never too late to get involved.