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A Fentress County deputy lost his job after being accused of zapping a fellow deputy and an innocent citizen with a stun gun.
Investigators say Deputy Chris Peters borrowed a stun gun from the constable and then started shocking people.
"While I was bent over working on the car, he just came up and zapped me," Matthew Huddleston says.
Huddleston was at the sheriff's department working on an employee's car when he was shocked. He wasn't the only victim, though.
Peters also stunned a fellow officer who wasn't injured.