A man who authorities believe was involved in a domestic disturbance was shot early Monday morning in Dover by a pair of Olmsted County Sheriff's deputies.
KTTC.com reports around 1:45 a.m. Winona County deputies responded to a domestic disturbance in St. Charles and the suspect fled the scene and drove to Olmsted County.
Around 2:30 a.m., Olmsted County Sheriff's Deputies went to a camper in Dover and found the suspect hiding underneath a camper.
After the suspect, believed to be a 27-year old Winona County man, came out and charged the officers and was shot and hit by both deputies with a non-lethal bean-bag round from a shotgun.
The suspect was taken to Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester. His condition is not known and his name has not yet been released.
The two officers have been put on administrative leave.