A Jackson man facing charges for allegedly shooting at his wife and then turning the gun on police had his mental examination filed on Wednesday and has a court date on Monday. 46-year-old Lawrence Guthrie is charged with three counts of assault on a law officer and one count of domestic assault. Guthrie's wife called 9-1-1 in June of 2012 to report a domestic assault that involved shots being fired. He fled into a wooded lot on Primrose Lane and allegedly fired shots from a rifle at police, before he was subdued. Guthrie pleaded not guilty before Judge Ben Lewis. Guthrie is scheduled to appear Monday before Judge Benjamin Lewis for a Case Review. Guthrie could face up to three life sentences if convicted.
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