Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred near Wilmington's downtown.
An officer at the scene shot a 21-year-old man just after midnight on Sunday morning, according to a news release from the Wilmington Police Department.
The officer was not injured. Police did not explain what led to the shooting
Around 12:03 a.m., Wilmington Police officers found the man in a "suspicious vehicle" that was running and parked, partially on the curb, at 11th and Walnut streets, the release said.
The 21-year-old man was the driver and only person in the vehicle, the release said.
Officers performed first aid before the paramedics arrived, the release said. After that, the man was taken to the hospital in stable condition.
Authorities took a firearm from the man, the release said.
The investigation is ongoing. The Criminal Investigations Division, the Office of Professional Standards and the Delaware Department of Justice are investigating the incident, the release said.
No further details have been released.
There have been at least two other police-involved shootings in Delaware this year.
On March 5, Wilmington Police shot a 51-year-old man after he crashed into a patrol car and then drove up onto a sidewalk attempting to flee from officers, police said.
On Jan. 5, Milford Police fatally shot 27-year-old Brandon Roberts, who family members said was having a mental breakdown. Police said he brandished a knife at officers.