A man who threatened prosecutors during the trial of Aaron Schaffhausen was recently sentenced to 18 months of probation, according to news reports.
Joseph Rollag, who was a defense witness in Schaffhausen's trial, was arrested at the St. Croix County courthouse in April when he was scheduled to testify on Schaffhausen's behalf, according to the Pioneer Press.
Schaffhausen was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for killing his three daughters in July 2012.
Rollag reportedly told a nurse who was evaluating him that he was sitting in his truck outside of the courthouse thinking about harming or killing the prosecutors and those testifying against Schauffhausen, according to a report by WQOW.
Rollag must also complete mental health treatment during his probation.