Shawnee police have released the name of the person who was shot Monday evening and that man remained hospitalized Wednesday in critical condition, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Shawnee police have released the name of the person who was shot Monday evening and that man remained hospitalized Wednesday in critical condition, a hospital spokeswoman said.

The shooting was reported just after 7 p.m. Monday in the 600 block of North Broadway.

Dispatchers advised officers responding to the call that the victim, now identified as Mark Slaughter, had suffered a gunshot wound to the head, reports show.

Shawnee firefighters and REACT EMS paramedics responded to the scene and Slaughter was transported to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City. A hospital spokeswoman said late Wednesday night that Slaughter’s condition was listed as critical.

A filed report by Cpl. Cody Gibson shows dispatchers advised officers responding to that scene Monday night that the suspect was reported to be Dane Stacy, 48.

When Gibson arrived, Officer Ryan Corley had already detained Stacy, the report shows, and Gibson observed Slaughter lying in the driveway with a gunshot wound to the right side of his face. A woman was holding him and attempting to apply pressure to the wound, the report shows.

Officers reported the residence as a two-story building with an upstairs apartment, which is 647 ½ N. Broadway.

All of the occupants of that apartment were asked to come outside and talk to police. While checking the residence for any other possible victims, Gibson’s report shows he observed a pump-style rifle leaned up against a closet in the southwest bedroom of that home.

Detectives Ronnie Wilson and Charles Swantek responded to further investigate the case.

Stacy was arrested late Monday night and then booked into the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center on a complaint of assault with a dangerous weapon. Formal charges have not been filed in this case.

Stacy, who made an initial video court appearance Tuesday, remained jailed Wednesday night on $30,000 bond. His next court date is expected Nov. 17.

Full case reports, once complete, will be turned over to the district attorney’s office for review.