ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — Rockford Police say a 17-year-old was injured in an officer-involved shooting on Saturday.

According to police, the shooting happened in the 4000 block of St. Anne’s Way, off N. Alpine Road, near Gambino Park.

According to police, officers were called to the house for a domestic disturbance around 7:45 p.m. In the initial 911 call, authorities said a woman told them her son was “tearing up the house” and dragged her across the floor by the arm.

By the time officers arrived, the teen had stolen his grandmother’s car and fled the scene.

Authorities said the teen then crashed the car into four cars at the intersection of Alpine Road and Spring Creek, and then fled on foot.

While the officers were at the home interviewing the mother and grandmother, they heard glass shattering coming from the basement, police said, and all four went to investigate.

There, they encountered the teen, armed with two kitchen knives, authorities said. When the teen advanced toward his mother, one officer fired one round from his service revolver, while the other fired a Taser.

Officers then began rendering aid to the injured teen and summoned an ambulance. He was taken to a local hospital for injuries police said were believed to be “non-life threatening.”

Neither officer nor bystanders were injured, police said.

Both of the officers have been placed on administrative leave as the investigation into the shooting has been turned over to the Winnebago-Boone County Task Force.