LEA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO - The Lea County Courthouse will soon have a way to watch out for crooks.
County officials tell NewsWest 9 after pranksters prowled through the Courthouse; they decided to build a new security system.
The Department of Homeland Security gave the County about $73,000 toward the upgrade.
Brand new cameras will watch over entrances and hallways.
The event center, Hobbs City Hall, and the Lovington Fire Department are also getting new security equipment.