Rockland police are still looking for the Abington woman who led them on a car chase and then nearly hit a Hanover family outside of their Webster Street home last week
Police officials still remain confident that 43-year-old Kathleen Tierney will turn up, but said she’s “disappeared”.
Tierney is accused of leading police on a car chase on March 22, which started when a Rockland officer tried to stop Tierney at the intersection of Hingham and Webster Streets at roughly 5:45 p.m. She stopped but then later fled again in a dark-colored Monte Carlo. Tierney then lost control of the vehicle on Webster Street in Hanover and struck a home at 956 Webster Street. By the time officers arrived, Tierney was gone.
Police are looking to arrest Tierney, whose last known address is 71 Randolph Street in Abington, for failure to stop for a police officer, assault with a dangerous weapon, speeding, operating to endanger, a marked lanes violation and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Tierney also has four outstanding warrants in Abington.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Tierney is asked to call Rockland Police at 781-871-3890.