Nampa police charge woman with second-degree murder in Saturday stabbing

October 13, 2013 

Susana Quijano, 34, charged with second degree homicide


Nampa police arrested Susana Cordova Quijano, 34, of Nampa in Caldwell late Sunday afternoon.

She is charged with second degree homicide in the stabbing death of her 36-year-old boyfriend. Police have not released the victim's name.

The victim's roommate called police to their home in the 500 block of North Franklin Street in Nampa at around 7:20 p.m. Saturday. They found the victim at the home. He had been stabbed once in the chest. He was taken to a local hospital and was pronounced dead.

Neighbors gave police information to identify Quijano as a suspect. Police found her walking down the street in Caldwell. They arrested her without incident. She is being held at Canyon County Jail without bond.

At a press conference Sunday, Sgt. Tim Randall with the Nampa Police said the homicide appears to be the result of a domestic dispute between Quijano and the victim. The couple had a history of domestic violence.

Police have not located the murder weapon. They believe it was a knife.

Quijano will be arraigned at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Canyon County Courthouse.

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