A social worker has been suspended for shouting "baby murderers" outside a Northamptonshire home and making threats to kill someone inside.
Joanna Burgess was arrested after she and a group of people gathered outside the house to shout abuse.
One threw a brick through a window, which hit and injured a woman inside.
The Health and Care Professions Council said Burgess' "aggressive and frightening" behaviour last July brought the profession into disrepute.
She was heard to shout "baby murderers" and threats to kill a woman, who was injured by the brick and feared the group would smash her door down and further injure her.