Amy Marsing, 42, of Rio Rancho, was summoned this month for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

Rio Rancho Police officers received to a call of a stabbing in progress around 6:35 a.m. April 14 and responded to a residence on the corner of Pecos Loop and El Morro Drive. Comments on the call stated that Marsing had stabbed Jeremy Lambert several times and fled the scene.

Officers made contact with Lambert and the owner of the residence. The owner said she allowed Marsing to use the shower the night prior to the incident and told her she would have to leave that same night.

Lambert said that when he woke up, the garage door was open. When he went inside the garage he saw that Marsing was still there and reminded her that she was told to leave by the owner.

Lambert continued to tell her to leave or he would call law enforcement to report her. He said this caused her to become angry and violent with him and she began to stab Lambert with what he believed to be a letter opener. Lambert sustained several minor lacerations to his head, face and chest. He stated that she grabbed her belongings and left the area, where she was last seen running west on Pecos Loop SE. He was evaluated by the Rio Rancho Fire Department but did not need to be transported.

Officers unsuccessfully attempted to locate Marsing in the area and other locations she is known to stay.

If found and convicted, Marsing could face anywhere from one to three years for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.