Sheriff: Mom hits boyfriend with van, flees with young daughter

Sheriff: Mom hits boyfriend with van, flees with young daughter
Stormy A.J. Kennedy

LONGVIEW, Wash. – The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help finding a woman who they said assaulted her boyfriend by hitting him with a van, then drove away with their daughter inside.

Sgt. Duncan Hoss said deputies are looking for Kimberly Ann Gibson and her daughter, 4-year-old Stormy A.J. Kennedy.

Gibson hit her boyfriend with a van on July 19, Hoss said, and drove away with her daughter. Her boyfriend is Stormy's father.

The van was found empty in a parking lot in Longview, Hoss said.

Gibson and her daughter’s whereabouts are unknown. Gibson has family in Montesano, Everett and Blaine, Wash. She also has ties to Longview.

Gibson, 41, is described as a white woman who is 5-foot-10 and 200 pounds. She has green eyes and long, brown hair that is purple and pink on the bottom half. She also has tattoos of a green beetle on her left foot, a green frog on her right knee, a tribal design on her back by her shoulders and an unknown design on her right ankle.

Stormy Kennedy has blonde hair and blue eyes, Hoss said.

Anyone who sees Gibson or her daughter is asked to call 911. Anyone with information about their location is asked to call the sheriff’s office tip line at 1-877-274-6311.