Reopening of Bernalillo County headquarters postponed

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Bernalillo County is moving back the reopening for its downtown offices at Alvarado Square to Thursday, Oct. 21.

This comes after several windows were shattered by gunfire a week ago.

Thousands of dollars of damage were reported, including damage to the customer service desk, and the heating and cooling units for the commission chambers.

KOB 4 was told it could take up to 3 or 4 months to replace the windows.

As for the suspect in that case – Noah Tapia – a pre-trial hearing is expected this week.

Tapia turned himself in after a video came out – showing someone who police said is Tapia shooting a rifle out of a truck downtown.

The state wants him kept in jail until trial.