BOSTON (AP) – A Wellesley woman accused of swiping a state trooper with her Mercedes SUV as he tried to write her a ticket at Boston’s Logan Airport must write a letter of apology and perform 200 hours of community service.

A judge ordered the penalty Wednesday after Margaret Greer acknowledged facts sufficient for a finding of guilt in exchange for dropping a felony charge of assault.

with a dangerous weapon. Greer apologized in court to Sgt. Daniel Wildgrube.

The judge continued without a finding for six months misdemeanor charges of assault and battery on a police officer and failure to stop for police.

Greer’s attorney, Carol Ann Starkey, told the Boston Herald her client “deeply regrets” the airport incident and wanted to get the case behind her.

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