Taos County Courthouse placed on lockdown after threat made against judge

By John Miller
jmiller@taosnews.com
Posted 7/8/20

The Taos County Courthouse on Albright Street in Taos was placed on a lockdown Wednesday morning after an unidentified individual threatened at least one judge.

According to reports overheard on …

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Taos County Courthouse placed on lockdown after threat made against judge

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Updated July 8 at 12:10 p.m.

The Taos County Courthouse on Albright Street in Taos was placed on a lockdown Wednesday morning after an unidentified individual threatened at least one judge.

According to reports overheard on Taos Central Dispatch, the Taos County Sheriff's Office was actively searching for the individual who made the threat.

Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said New Mexico State Police is handling the investigation into the threat.

The lockdown was lifted around noon.

A lockdown was also put in place at the courthouse in November 2019 after a threat was made against courthouse personell.

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