A man who allegedly was threatening members of his family with a gun was shot by a police officer late Saturday night.The man, Cacy L. Jordan, 37, remained in police custody Sunday evening at a local hospital and “is expected to make a full recovery,” according to a bulletin from the Vancouver Police Department. Jordan faces two counts of first-degree domestic violence assault, and he could face more charges, police said.The incident began at 10:48 p.m. as officers responded to a report of a disturbance with weapons at a home at 16021 N.E. 37th St., in Vancouver’s Parkway East neighborhood.The police bulletin said a caller had told a 911 dispatcher that a man was armed with a gun and threatening family members. Social media users reported seeing a large number of police units converging on the neighborhood as patrol officers and on-duty SWAT personnel arrived on the scene. Emergency medical crews were also called in.Wayne Tuholski, who lives a few houses south of where the shooting took place, said he watched from his front yard Saturday night as a police officer put on a ballistic vest and ran toward the scene with other officers. Police vehicles were parked throughout the neighborhood, he added.“You knew something was going on,” Tuholski said.Officers made contact with Jordan, but he reportedly refused to follow their commands, according to the police bulletin.A Vancouver police officer fired at Jordan, hitting him, the bulletin said. Radio traffic at the time indicated the man who was shot was bleeding from his shoulder.