Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Sheriff: 13 Dead in Southern California Shooting

Sheriff: 13 Dead in Southern California Shooting

Ian David Long began his adult life by enlisting in the Marines and getting married.

Ventura county sheriff Geoff Dean said sheriff's deputies were called to Long's home in Newbury Park, five miles west of Thousand Oaks, in April 2018.

Dean said about 15 others had injuries considered non-life-threatening, including cuts that came from jumping out of a window or diving under a table, the sheriff said. "He was found inside an office just adjacent to the entry to the bar".

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A team of student journalists was among those delivering live coverage from the scene of a deadly mass shooting at a Southern California bar where some of their fellow students were partying as the horrific attack unfolded. "There is blood everywhere and the suspect is part of that".

"He was totally committed", Dean said.

The 29-year veteran of the force had been nearing retirement.

Seargent Ron Helus of Ventura County Sheriff's Office was the first law enforcement official to arrive at the Borderline Wednesday night. Dean said Helus was the first to go in and was immediately hit with multiple gunshots.

"We've all been up watching the news, listening to police scanners, praying, calling our parents", freshman Pari Cribbins said.

The Los Angeles Times quoted a law enforcement official as saying at least 30 shots had been fired.

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"I was confused because we didn't have any balloons". "I just want him to know that he's going to be missed".

As you can imagine, more people are reading The Jerusalem Post than ever before. The bar was hosting its weekly "College Country Night" when the incident was reported around 11.20 pm. Many of those at the bar were regulars, she said.

Matt Wennerstrom, left, and Cole Knapp, following the shooting in Thousand Oaks, California.

"I was actually about to leave when you start hearing pop, pop, pop". "There was probably three or four". The gunman was throwing smoke grenades all over the place. He'd just warned him not to drink and drive. He said he thought their injuries were minor, and that majority were likely injured as they escaped, some by breaking windows.

People dropped to the floor and hid behind bar stools in stunned silence.

Dean said that the shooter had a handgun and that at this early stage in the investigation he believed he had only one gun. "We don't know if he reloaded his weapon or not, we're still interviewing witnesses".

Thousand Oaks is a wealthy area about 60 kilometers northwest of Los Angeles. It doesn't matter how safe your community is. "This doesn't happen anywhere else on planet Earth".

None of the civilian victims were identified.

Neighbours said Thursday they would hear loud, aggressive fights between the two.

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