A 27-year-old from Waynesville, awaiting sentencing in Pulaski County on a second-degree murder charge for the killing of his grandmother in early October, now faces several more class-A felony charges. Courthouse records indicate Keaven Shaw has been charged with two counts of first-degree assault-serious physical injury or special victim- in, both, Pulaski and Miller Counties. In the Miller County case, it’s alleged that Shaw attacked one of the jailers causing serious injury before attacking a second jailer who tried to restrain him. Shaw also faces an unrelated third-degree assault charge involving a special victim in Pulaski County. He entered an Alford plea on the murder charge meaning he does not admit guilt but concedes the state has enough evidence to convict him. Sentencing on the murder charge is set for August 7th while his new bond in Miller County was set at $400-thousand. Shaw is, currently, being held in the Camden County Jail.