UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WJZ) —  A Prince George’s County officer was hospitalized Wednesday after she accidentally discharged her duty weapon and shot herself, police said.

Investigators said the officer, who was off-duty at the time, was on the way to a barber who operates out of their home. While she was on the phone with the barber, the officer reportedly believed she overheard a robbery in progress, so she called police.

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After the officer parked by the house to wait for police, investigators believe the officer discharged her gun when she tried taking it out of her waistband.

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The officer is hospitalized and is in stable condition. Nobody else was hurt, police said. There are no pending charges for anyone involved in what police called a confrontation inside the home.

The Internal Affairs Division is investigating the accidental discharge. Police said the officer is assigned to the Bureau of Patrol and joined the agency last year.

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CBS Baltimore Staff