Corbin attorney pledges $20,000 for school metal detectors CORBIN, Ky. (WKYT) - He's known around Corbin as "The Champ." But recent school shootings have him thinking about what he doesn't want to lose. "You lay down at night and if you're a parent you're thinking, 'Hey, my child's in that school. What happens if after I drop them off today, somebody comes in there?'" Shane Romines told WKYT's Garrett Wymer. Romines, an attorney with Copeland & Romines Law Office, has pledged $20,000 to buy metal detectors for each of the five schools in the Corbin Independent Schools district. He announced his pledge Friday morning in a video posted to Facebook . Since posting his pledge, Romines said he has heard from other community members who together have already pledged another $5,000. David Cox, superintendent of Corbin Independent Schools, told WKYT's Garrett Wymer on Friday that he appreciates folks' willingness to donate, and he's open to exploring the possibility of putting in metal detectors. First, though, he said they'll take it before the board and consult with safety experts before making a decision. Some folks questioned the logistics, but many parents - and students alike - heading into the Corbin High School basketball game on Friday evening said they like the idea of metal detectors. "I definitely think it would make the school feel safer," said Lindsey Siler, an 11th grader. "I mean we already have a pretty safe environment, and everything is focused on our safety, but I definitely think it would give reassurance to the students." Romines initially pledged to buy one metal detector for each of the five Corbin schools, but as more pledges come in - and with a supplier willing to sell the metal detectors at cost - he said it looks like they could buy even more. Romines urges other community members and businesses to chip in, as well.
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