Police nab two suspects in double stabbing

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Crime: One victim is moved out of intensive care at a Santa Fe hospital

By Carol A. Clark

Two people have been arrested in the case of a double stabbing on Friday night.


Daniel H. Rowan, 125 Aragon, and Miriam Rosenblum, 134 Longview Dr., were arrested Saturday at an apartment on Longview Drive in White Rock.

Rowan, 34, is charged with one count of aggravated battery and one count of aggravated battery against a household member.

Rosenblum, 27, is charged with aiding and abetting a felon.

The charges stem from a call to Los Alamos police dispatch at 11:30 p.m. Friday reporting a fight in progress and that someone had been stabbed.

LAPD Cpl. Adam Jung arrived at 939 Iris St., and was advised by witnesses that Ian Cornelius, 24, had been stabbed multiple times.

Cornelius told police officers at the scene that Rowan had stabbed him, according to the arrest warrant affidavit.

A second victim, Britney Gutierrez, 27, also told police that Rowan stabbed Cornelius, according to court documents. She said that Rowan was her ex-boyfriend and that he also stabbed her, causing a gash across three knuckles of her hand.

Cornelius was airlifted to a Santa Fe hospital with serious stab wounds, Capt. Randy Foster said.

“We understand that Mr. Cornelius’ condition was upgraded and that he was moved out of the ICU (Intensive Care Unit) Monday,” Foster said.

Magistrate Judge Pat Casados has ordered that Rowan be held without bond in the Los Alamos County Detention Center.

Rosenblum also remains in jail. Casados set her bail at $4,000 cash or surety.