An injured person is transported to a local hospital via an Clay Fire ambulance following a standoff at the home of former Notre Dame assistant football coach Corwin Brown at 10135 Glenwater Court in Granger Friday, August 12, 2011. (South Bend Tribune Photo/MARCUS MARTER)

Brown was transported to a local hospital via a Clay Fire ambulance following the Granger standoff. (South Bend Tribune Photo/MARCUS MARTER)

SOUTH BEND — Former Notre Dame assistant coach Corwin Brown is receiving medical treatment in a "secured facility" following Friday’s seven-hour standoff at his Granger home.

In a statement released Monday, Police Lt. David Wells said he anticipates forwarding police reports to the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office for possible criminal charges.

Police declined to release any other details about Brown’s condition. The standoff ended Friday when Brown allegedly shot himself in the torso, officials said Monday. He was listed in fair condition Friday night at Memorial Hospital in South Bend.

Records show Brown has not been booked into the St. Joseph County Jail.

The standoff and subsequent shooting, which happened at Brown’s home at 10135 Glynwater Court in Granger, is being investigated by the St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit, a multi-jurisdiction agency overseen by the county prosecutor’s office.

The incident began around 1 p.m., when Brown’s wife, Melissa, called 911, according to police reports.

Friday was the first time St. Joseph County police had ever been called to the Granger address, according to police records.