She was standing beside him when he was shot by a Peach County deputy

Dawn Allen, who says she she was standing beside her husband when he was shot May 31 by a Peach County deputy, disputes that her husband pointed a gun at the law enforcement officer. Her husband, Lonnie Shaw, turned himself in Friday at the Peach County Law Enforcement Center on one charge of aggravated assault.

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'He did not point his gun at the deputy,' wife says

Dawn Shaw said she was standing next to her husband when he was shot by a Peach County deputy after answering the front door of their home at 3 a.m. May 31. Her husband, Lonnie Shaw, who was indicted on a charge of aggravated assault on a police officer, is free on a $20,000 property bond pending trial. Dawn Shaw disputes what authorities have said about the incident.
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