BALTIMORE β€” In a story July 2 about Baltimore police shooting a man on the medical campus of the University of Maryland, The Associated Press reported erroneously that police fatally wounded him. The man was shot June 28, but survived. Also, police misspelled the names of the officers involved. They are Epifano Torres Jr. and Tankeisha Cokley.

A corrected version of the story is below:

Baltimore police name officers in shooting of man at clinic

Baltimore police have released the names of the officers involved in the shooting of a man at a mental health clinic

BALTIMORE (AP) β€” Baltimore police have released the names of the officers involved in the shooting of a man at a mental health clinic.

Spokesman T.J. Smith said Thursday that the officers shot the 27-year-old man after he charged them with a knife on the medical campus of the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

In a statement Monday, the department said the man is in stable condition.

The statement identifies the officers as Epifano Torres Jr. and Tankeisha Cokley. Torres has been on the force for six years and Cokley, five.

Smith said the man acted erratically and threw chairs in a waiting room. Smith said officers asked the man "multiple times" to drop the knife before he charged.

The races of those involved have not been released.