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ALBUQUERQUE, NM -- Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas and District Attorney Dianna Luce announce that Alexis Avila has been bound-over on the crimes of attempted first degree murder and child abuse resulting in great bodily harm.  Judge William Shoobridge held that the evidence presented provided probable cause to believe that the crimes were committed. Avila, a Hobbs High School student, is accused of placing her newborn child in multiple plastic bags filled with trash before throwing him into a dumpster in freezing conditions behind a Hobbs business.  

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