A man who was being processed for a domestic violence arrest this morning at a southern New Jersey police station allegedly grabbed one of the officer's guns and opened fire, wounding three officers. Details are still emerging about the incident, which happened around 5:45 a.m. inside the Gloucester Township police station in Camden County. But Police Chief Harry Earle tells the Associated Press the alleged shooter was shot to death by police.

The AP reports: "Two of the officers suffered graze wounds and were treated at a hospital and released. The third was hit twice in the leg and was undergoing surgery. Earle says he's expected to recover quickly." According to a local Fox affiliate, one male officer "was shot twice, including once in the abdomen below his bullet-proof vest." At this time, it appears that none of the officers' injuries are life-threatening.

We'll update as more information becomes available.