ST. PAUL — A man on his way to anger management class became angry and struck a woman, authorities said. Justin John Boudin, 27, pleaded guilty Friday to fifth-degree assault in Ramsey County District Court and can expect to face a sentence for time served in jail, at least 120 days, and probation when he is sentenced May 5, the county attorney’s office said.According to a criminal complaint, Boudin was waiting at a bus stop on Aug. 29 when he accosted a 59-year-old woman and others.
“Why don’t you show me some respect?” he allegedly yelled at the woman.
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