(Richmond, IN)--Security will be tight at statehouses and in Washington for Wednesday’s inauguration, but what about at the local level? Wayne County attorney Ron Cross said local judges don’t want to ignore any threat. "They have quite an interest in making sure that we are not inattentive to the problem or naive." Commissioner Mary Ann Butters called for “no guns” signs to go up on courthouse doors. "I would just like to have that at all of our entrances between now and the 20th of January," Butters said, which brought this reaction from Commissioner Ken Paust. "If somebody was really going to do something, a sign is not going to stop them." Sheriff Randy Retter has been involved in inauguration security discussions.