Neillsville (WQOW) - An area woman convicted twice of threatening a judge has been convicted in a third case.
In the most recent case, Lori Armbrust from Neillsville was accused of sending letters to a Clark County judge. Investigators said she vowed to stab him 4,000 times in the heart with a butcher knife, shoot him 40 times in the back of the head and dump his body in the river.
Monday, Armbrust was ordered to spend three years of probation at the Trempealeau County Health Care Center, where she now resides. She previously spent time in prison and a mental institution for earlier threats to the same judge.