STOCKTON (CBS13) – Police shot a man who allegedly confronted them with a gun in Stockton Monday night.

On Monday at 11:45 p.m., Stockton police officers responded to reports of shots fired in 6100 block of Maywood Lane. When officers arrived, they heard the sound of a gun being cocked and were then confronted by a man with a gun, according to a Stockton Police Department Facebook post.

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Two officers fired their guns at the man, hitting him. He was taken by ambulance to a local hospital where is in stable condition, police said.

Police identified the suspect as 42-year-old Dwight Morgan. Once he is cleared from the hospital, officials said Morgan will be booked into the San Joaquin County Jail on four counts of assault on a peace officer with a firearm and one count of negligent discharge of a firearm.

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Officers recovered three firearms at the scene. The firearms included a Glock 17, which the suspect reportedly pointed at officers, a Glock 27 on the front lawn, and a 38 revolver on the front porch.

Three firearms recovered after a police shooting in Stockton Monday night. (credit: Stockton Police)

The involved officers are “OK”, say police. Officers Brian Hooper and Nathan Parker were involved in the shooting and placed on three days paid administrative leave.

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The shooting is under investigation.