Nampa Police Department have obtained a felony warrant for a Nampa woman they now believe was involved in the stabbing murder of Robert Stevens, 37, on March 10, according to an NPD press release.
Stevens was reportedly stabbed in the abdomen outside a home on West Kinghorn Drive during an argument. He died in the hospital the next day. Suspect James Mancuso, 32, faces a second-degree murder charge in Stevens’ death.
Ahsley Ford, 27, of Nampa reportedly left the scene with the suspect and was initially declared a person of interest in the case, believed to be a witness, according to NPD. On Wednesday, Ford was seen with Mancuso in Bonner County. The pair had been reportedly seen driving a blue 2009 Subaru, which may have been stolen from the area, according to NPD.
Now the couple are suspected to be driving a 1991 extended cab four-wheel-drive Toyota pickup with Idaho plates: 7B95103, also reported stolen. If you see the pair or the vehicle, police urge you to call 911, since the pair are believed to be armed and dangerous.