- Nampa Police Department
- James Mancuso, 32, is wanted on a warrant for second-degree murder.
Law enforcement officials in northern Idaho say they've found the getaway car of a man wanted for a Treasure Valley murder, but the suspect is still on the loose.
According to police, two men were reportedly in an argument around 5 p.m. March 10 in front of a Nampa garage. By the end of the evening, Robert Stevens, 30, was dead from a stab wound to the abdomen and authorities were on the lookout for James Mancuso, 32, and a female companion identified as 27-year-old Ashley Ford.
The last anyone saw Mancuso or Ford was March 23, when the couple was spotted during a traffic stop in the Ponderay-Kootenai area, north of Sandpoint, but the suspects fled the scene.
Now, KREM-TV is reporting a vehicle believed to be used in Mancuso's getaway was recovered near Spokane, Wash.