NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — A state police trooper was shot Wednesday morning during an incident with a teen who was also shot in Northumberland County.

Pennsylvania State Police tell Eyewitness News a trooper was responding to a domestic disturbance on East 4th Street in Watsontown.

Once arriving on the scene officers stated a female victim appeared to be physically assaulted by 19-year-old Hunter Shaheen and another victim was threatened by Shahen when he brandished a firearm at her.

Police say Shaheen fled the scene but was located a short time later at an apartment complex in the 600 block of 8th Street in Delaware Township.

Watsontown police say gunfire was exchanged between Shaheen and a Pennsylvania State Police trooper where both were struck.

As stated in the affidavit, Shaheen fired a number of rounds at the trooper, then the trooper then fired rounds at Shaheen sticking him several times.

PSP tells Eyewitness News the trooper suffered a non-life-threatening wound after being shot in the leg, and Shaheen is currently in stable condition.

Charges of murder of a law enforcement officer of the first degree, homicide, and aggravated assault have been filed against Shaheen for the incident.

PSP also notes as per their regulations, all involved members were placed on administrative leave as the investigation is ongoing.

PennDOT states Route 1006 (Eight Street) was closed for several hours between Route 1005 (Seagrave Drive) and Route 1007 (Susquehanna Trail) due to police activity. The road opened back up around 2:40 p.m.

This is a developing story, Eyewitness News will update you with the latest as it is released.