(WFRV)--At 6:00 am Marinette Police Chief Jeff Skorik allowed a question and answer session from local media. More details have emerged about the alleged suspect, his condition and the type of weapons used in the incident. Authorities say the incident began around 1:30 pm Monday, during 6th hour. That's when the gunman asked to leave the classroom to use the restroom. Chief Skorik tells media on November 29, 2010 at 8:03 pm, officers were posted outside the classroom containing the 23 student hostages and one teacher. It was at that time that officers heard three gunshots, in which police entered the classroom. Upon entry, police discovered the alleged suspect at the front of the classroom with weapons. As police tried to approach the gunman, the 15-year-old shot himself, and obtained a single gun shot wound. After the gunman was in custody, police identified two firearms that had been fired. A 9 mm semi-automatic hand gun was found, in addition to a 22 cal. semi-automatic hand gun. Shell casings from both weapons were discovered by police. As of now, Marinette Police, with the help of the Wisconsin State Patrol and the Wisconsin Crime Lab Bureau are processing the classroom as a crime scene. Chief Skorik also indicated that the gunman is currently being treated for life threatening wounds at Bay Area Medical Center. No word on where the alleged suspect was wounded. When the gunman arrived at the hospital, bullets were found in his pant pockets. According to students, the gunman was well-liked and was in good academic standing. During the hostage situation, there were no demands or requests made from the gunman. In fact, he would not attempt to speak with negotiators. Charges are expected to be filed shortly. Count on Channel 5 to bring you the latest on this developing story.