ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Anger management class didn't seem to work for a St. Paul man who's accused of threatening a child protection worker.
Jerry Expose, 40, was ordered to complete the class as part of his sentence for threatening to kill his 6-year-old daughter, his ex-girlfriend and her unborn child.
Prosecutors in Ramsey County say Expose told a therapist in the class that the child protection worker was a barrier to getting his children back and that he would break her back or "have her taken out" if things didn't go his way.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press says a new complaint charges Expose with making terroristic threats against the child protection worker.
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