OMAHA, Neb. -- More information has been released regarding an officer-involved shooting in Omaha.

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office said a domestic disturbance happened at 4:45 a.m. at the intersection of 108th St. and Maple St. on Oct. 28.

Deputy Kevin Clark, who was off-duty at the time, reportedly saw the disturbance around 4:50 a.m. and called for the on-duty officers to help him.

Officials said Clark saw a gold Cadillac sedan that had the suspect, 27-year-old Daveyon Sherman, inside. An active fight was reportedly happening between a man and woman, causing Clark to intervene.

According to authorities, a Facebook live was being streamed by one of the passengers in the Cadillac and an audible argument could be heard in the video.

Officers said Clark told the people in the disturbance that he was a police officer and to "stop," leading to an interaction between Clark and Sherman.

DCSO said Sherman did not have a physical weapon at that time. Clark reportedly said "Stop," and then a gunshot was heard on a 911 audio recording.

According to authorities, Clark started first aid on Sherman. Sherman was reportedly taken to a nearby hospital for his wound to the chest.

Police said after his hospital release, Sherman will be charged with third-degree domestic assault, domestic assault, threaten intimate partner, theft by shoplifting, 0-$500, drive under suspension, false information, failure to use turn signal, damage to property, and disorderly conduct.