St. Paul mom sentenced to 3 days in jail for threat to teacher

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By: Angela Wendler

A St. Paul woman threatened to shoot a teacher after she had broken up a fight between her daughter and another student at Washington Technology Magnet Middle School, reports the Pioneer Press.

Christina M. Parks, 29, told the teacher on May 2 that she would come back and "shoot you...and the whole school," reports the Pioneer Press.

Parks denied making the statement, reports the Pioneer Press.

Parks was sentenced to three days in jail, which she has already served. In addition she was sentenced to one year of probation and 40 hours of community service, reports the Star Tribune.

According to the charges Parks thumped on the back of the teacher after he tried to prevent her daughter from getting up after she ad been pushed down, reports the Star Tribune.

Parks and her daughter got into her truck and left, reports the Pioneer Press.

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