LAFAYETTE -- A 28-year-old man shot by Lafayette police early Tuesday morning will be arrested once he is released from the hospital, authorities said.

In a news release from the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office, investigators identified Michael Schock, 28, as the man who was shot by officers when he allegedly wielded a knife and charged them. Schock was still recovering from surgery at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek on Wednesday.

Sheriff's spokesman Jimmy Lee said detectives interviewed Schock on Wednesday, but Lee did not elaborate on what Schock said in the interview.

Once Schock is cleared for release from the hospital, Lee said, he will be arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, exhibiting a deadly weapon, making criminal threats and obstructing an executive officer.

Sheriff's investigators say that when Lafayette police officers arrived at the home at 3425 Woodview Drive in response to an early-morning 911 hang-up call, Schock threatened both officers with a knife.

Just moments later, Schock picked up an unspecified blunt object and moved toward the officers in a "threatening manner," according to the sheriff's statement.

One of the officers, whose identity has not been released, fired his gun at Schock.

Police have not said where Schock was hit. They also have not said why Schock was armed or if they believe drugs or alcohol were involved in the incident.

A woman who drove up to the home Wednesday with two other men retrieved mail from the residence's mailbox but declined to identify herself or comment on the situation, citing her lawyer's advice.

Multiple windows on the second story of the home were broken, and shattered glass, a broken window screen and a broken office chair were on the front porch of the home.

Neighbors said the homeowners live at the house with two or three adult children and another man, who has not been identified.

The homeowners were believed to be on vacation in Mexico at the time of the shooting, neighbors said.

In line with county protocol, the shooting is being investigated by Lafayette police, the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office, and the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office.

It is the first officer-involved shooting in Lafayette in recent history.

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