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Maura Healey launching review of road rage complaint involving DA Rachael Rollins

District attorney, fellow driver report differing versions of Christmas Eve incident.

CHELSEA, MA. JANUARY 12: Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins speaks speaks during a press conference at FBI Boston headquarters on January 12, 2021 in Chelsea, MA.  (Credit:  Nancy Lane/Pool)
Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins on Tuesday. –Nancy Lane / Pool

Attorney General Maura Healey has launched a review of an alleged Christmas Eve road rage incident involving Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins, according to two people with direct knowledge.

Healey is looking into allegations that Rollins threatened a woman, and inappropriately flashed her blue lights, as they were both trying to exit the South Bay Shopping Center on the afternoon of Dec. 24, the two people said.

In a complaint filed first with the Boston Police Department, the woman, Katie Lawson of Dorchester, described her encounter with Rollins. Lawson declined a request for comment. Lawson is believed to have had no prior relationship with Rollins.

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