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Thousand Oaks mass shooting: The latest




A Ventura County Sheriffs officer stands near a vehicle near the Borderline Bar and Grill, where a mass shooting occurred on November 8, 2018 in Thousand Oaks, California.
A Ventura County Sheriffs officer stands near a vehicle near the Borderline Bar and Grill, where a mass shooting occurred on November 8, 2018 in Thousand Oaks, California.
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A gunman opened fire inside a bar popular with college students last night in Thousand Oaks.

Twelve people were killed, including a sheriff’s officer who arrived at the scene. The suspected gunman, identified by authorities as 28-year-old Ian David Long, was also found dead.

We bring you the latest from Thousand Oaks.

If you or someone you know is struggling with a mental health disease, you can visit the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health website for resources, or call their 24-hour hotline at 1-800-854-7771.

A hotline has also been established for those looking for missing friends or family who were at Borderline last night. 1-805-465-6650.

Guests:

Stephanie O’Neill, reporter who is currently at the crime scene; she tweets @ReporterSteph  

Dakota Allen, editor-in-chief of “The Echo,” Cal Lutheran University’s campus newspaper; she is in her senior year at the college, and on the scene last night to cover the shooting for the paper

Tim Williams, founder of TT Williams Jr. Investigations, a private investigation firm in Los Angeles; retired LAPD Senior Detective Supervisor (Robbery-Homicide Division), 1974-2003; expert on police procedure and use-of-force for state and federal court

Lance Orozco, news director with KCLU, our sister NPR station covering Ventura County; he is at the crime scene