A man who was shot almost one month ago in unincorporated Wheaton remains at and is in "good" condition, a hospital spokeswoman said Thursday.
is investigating the shooting that occurred Saturday, Sept. 24, after an off-duty police officer shot an intruder at his home, according to a press release issued Sep. 26 by the sheriff's office.
The sheriff's office said the homeowner called 911 around 7 a.m. Saturday to report an intruder. The release did not contain the address, but Patch confirmed it was at 1N224 Papworth Street in unincorporated Wheaton.
When sheriff's deputies arrived on the scene, they said the homeowner and intruder were fighting. During the altercation the homeowner, a police officer who was off duty at the time, shot the intruder, according to the release.
No arrests have been made and no further information is being released at this time, according to 's Spokeswoman Dawn Domrose.
No charges have been filed in the ongoing investigation, said a spokesman for the DuPage County State's Attorney's Office.