Woman wanted in murder case back in Canyon Co.

Posted at 12:52 PM, May 31, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-31 17:34:00-04

A woman who fled the state with a man accused of second-degree murder is back in Canyon County custody.

Ashley Ford was wanted for accessory to second-degree murder in Nampa after fleeing with James P. Mancuso on March 10th, following a stabbing on W. Kinghorn Drive.

Ford was eventually arrested in Las Vegas and was extradited back to Idaho. She was booked around 3:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 29th.

Mancuso is still at large and is wanted for 2nd-degree murder out of Canyon County. He was last seen in Las Vegas on May 3. His current location is unknown. “He possibly has grown a goatee and usually wears glasses. Mancuso may be driving a gray or silver GMC 4WD pickup. The year and license plate of the vehicle are unknown,” Nampa Police Sergeant Tim Riha stated in a previous interview.

Mancuso is accused of getting into an argument with 30-year-old Robert L. Stevens and stabbing him

Stevens was taken to a hospital and died from his injuries in the early morning hours of March 11th.