In a letter to her neighbor written earlier this, Elementary School Principal Kimrey Sheehan of Orlando wrote: “I regret having stepped foot onto your property. It will not happen again.” The letter was about an incident two years ago where she allegedly threw dog waste at David Gordon’s house, and she was charged with criminal trespassing. Two months after apologizing, which apparently resolved that criminal charge, Sheehan allegedly went after her neighbor again: police say she drove her car at Gordon and his dog trainer while flipping them off. Sheehan has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She was also relieved of duty at work pending the outcome of the legal proceedings: she was the principal of a local elementary school.