newsone.com - In the wake of the Newtown, Conn., Sandy Hook elementary school shooting, where 27 people were brutally gunned down, a Florida mother is taking security for her child in to her own hands. Laura Lauria is paying an off-duty deputy to guard her daughter’s elementary school to the tune of $12,000, reports The Daytona Beach News-Journal.
The deal between Lauria and a deputy was struck up earlier this year, when she reportedly agreed to pay the Flagler County School District upfront for the armed security service that would begin January 14th and run for two months. The agreed upon fee that the deputy would receive is $32 per hour to guard her sixth grader’s school, Old Kings Elementary. Read full story