DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Authorities spoke on Wednesday after a man was shot and injured by an officer on Thursday, April 13.

According to Butler Township, officers from both the township and Huber Heights responded to the scene of a domestic disturbance with reports of shots fired on the evening of April 13. When crews arrived on the scene, they found a man in the driveway. The man displayed a gun, police said, prompting one of the officers from Huber Heights to fire on him, injuring him.

Crews immediately provided aid until medics could arrive and bring the suspect to a local hospital. He was reported to be in stable condition.

On Wednesday, April 19, Chief John Porter with Butler Township and Chief Mark Lightner with Huber Heights spoke on this incident at the Huber Heights Police Division on Taylorsville Road. The press conference began at 11 a.m.

During the press conference, authorities showed bodycam footage from the event as well as images showing the gun the suspect was holding.

At this time, there are three investigations into this event. Officers are investigating the initial shots fired call, during which the man’s girlfriend told officers he had fired at her.

The Ohio BCI is also investigating the Officer-Involved Shooting from a criminal standpoint, while Huber Heights runs its own investigation through the internal affairs division. This internal investigation is to determine whether the officer involved adhered to department policy.

During the Ohio BCI and internal investigations, the officer will remain on paid administrative leave.