BREAKING: Student Bar Gunman was a Marine with PTSD, Ian David Long

The gunman who killed 12 people at a bar holding  a student nigh has been named as former Marine and PTSD-sufferer Ian David Long. Long, 28, drove his mom’s...

The gunman who killed 12 people at a bar holding  a student nigh has been named as former Marine and PTSD-sufferer Ian David Long. Long, 28, drove his mom’s car to Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California at 11:20pm local time Thursday, where he shot a doorman and cashier before opening fire inside the bar room. Police raided the heavily-tattooed killer’s home Thursday morning, with neighbors describing him as a veteran who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. The Borderline bar shooter has been named as David Ian Long, 29, a former marine who neighbors said suffered from PTSD Long, pictured with relatives, killed 11 partygoers and a sheriff’s deputy at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks.

He died during a shootout with law enforcement, with one eyewitness claiming Long had turned the gun on himself Long, pictured in 2010, used a legally-purchased Glock .45 to carry out the bloodbath Sheriff describes prior incident with Thousand Oaks shooter

County Sheriff Geoff Dean said initial investigations appeared to back eyewitness claims that Long shot himself dead. Dean said his department had dealt with Long on previous occasions, including a call-out to his home in April when deputies discovered him acting irate and irrationally. A mental health crisis team was summoned to help Long on that day, and he was not taken into custody.

Mr Dean said the other prior encounters were a traffic accident and an incident when he was the victim of a beating at a bar. Long was found dead in the Borderline Bar and Grill after 12 people were shot to death late on Wednesday. Long is said to have had previous encounters with police, including one incident where a mental health team was called to help him Ventura County Sheriff Geoff Dean said Long had also come onto his department’s radar after he was beaten up in a bar and involved in a traffic accident The brave moment police run towards Borderline Bar & Grill Play Video Loaded: 0% 0:00Progress: 0% PlayMute Current Time 0:00 / Duration Time 0:20 Fullscreen Long who wore a black trenchcoat, glasses and beard, is then said to have thrown smoke bombs into the main bar area, before shooting with his legally-purchased Glock .45 caliber handgun without saying a word.

He did not carry any form of ID to the scene of the massacre, but law enforcement officials announced they had discovered his identity shortly after 8am EST. ‘Pedophile’ who ‘molested nine children’ on homemade model train is killed in jail His first victim was named as Ventura County Sheriff’s Deputy Ron Helus, 54, a 29 year law enforcement veteran who was just a year off retirement. Helus and a California Highway Patrol officer were first on the scene. The father-of-one called his wife shortly before entering the bar where was killed. An injured victim is carried from the scene of Wednesday night’s shooting, with 29 year-old gunman Ian Long killing 12 and injuring 18 to 20 people (Picture: AP) Police raided the heavily-tattooed killer’s home Thursday morning (Picture: AP)

A survivor is pictured being wheeled from the Borderline Bar in Thousand Oaks, California, after gunman Ian Long opened fire and killed 12 people before reportedly turning his handgun on himself (Picture: AB7) Two women comfort each other after the shooting that killed 13 people, including the gunman, in Thousand Oaks, California in the early hours of Thursday. The gunman has been named as 29 year-old Ian Long (Picture: AP) Eyewitness Holden Harrah told Today how the gunman came in, apparently in disguise, and began shooting without saying anything. His first victim was named as a 20 year-old cashier called Christina. Her condition is unknown. He explained: ‘I was looking directly at the front entrance. I saw the suspect come in, pull out his gun, and start shooting immediately. Nazi camp survivor, 89, has both legs amputated in ‘surgery blunder’ ‘He didn’t even say anything. he walked in. He didn’t say one word.

He pulled out a gun and started shooting. ‘The first two gunshots were towards the front desk. ‘The girl that was working the front desk was the first couple of shots that happened.’ Jason Coffman displays a photo of his son Cody outside the Thousands Oaks Teene Center where he came hoping to find his son who was at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California when gunman Ian Long opened fire in the early hours of Thursday morning (Picture: AP) Spokesman says that 12 people killed in bar shooting Play Video Loaded: 0% 0:00Progress: 0% PlayMute Current Time 0:00 / Duration Time 3:44 Fullscreen Holden said that he believed the shooter was wearing a ‘disguise’, described him as being in a beard and glasses, and said he believed that the shooter turned the gun on himself.

In this image taken from video a victim is carried from the scene of a shooting, Wednesday evening, Nov. 7, 2018, in Thousand Oaks, Calif. A hooded gunman dressed entirely in black opened fire on a crowd at a country dance bar holding a weekly "college night" in Southern California, killing multiple people and sending hundreds fleeing including some who used barstools to break windows and escape, authorities said Thursday. The gunman was later found dead at the scene. (RMG News via AP)

‘He had a disguise…a black outfit, glasses, black shirt, jacket, (he was) over 30.’ Parents lied about child’s illness to con people out of £370,000 Harrah fled to his car, and later took a female friend with a broken arm to hospital for treatment. KTLA was also contacted by a man trying to find his student niece, who was in Borderline. He said her Apple watch is still ‘pinging’ its location from inside the bar. A medical examiner was at the scene around 7:30am EST Thursday, and was working to identify those killed so their families could be informed. A forensics team works at the scene of Thursday’s shooting where 12 people were shot dead by Long before he turned the gun on himself (Picture: AP) Sheriff’s Deputy Ron Helus was named as the first victim of Thursday morning’s mass shooting at Borderline bar in Thousand Oaks, California

In this image taken from video a victim is treated near the scene of a shooting, Wednesday evening, Nov. 7, 2018, in Thousand Oaks, Calif. A hooded gunman dressed entirely in black opened fire on a crowd at a country dance bar holding a weekly "college night" in Southern California, killing multiple people and sending hundreds fleeing including some who used barstools to break windows and escape, authorities said Thursday. The gunman was later found dead at the scene. (RMG News via AP)

(Picture: Ventura County Sheriff’s Department) Holden Harrah saw the gunman burst into the bar, shoot the female cashier, then open fire without saying a word (Picture: KTLA) Donald Trump has also commented on the tragedy, tweeting: ‘I have been fully briefed on the terrible shooting in California. ‘Law Enforcement and First Responders, together with the FBI, are on scene. ’13 people, at this time, have been reported dead. Likewise, the shooter is dead, along with the first police officer to enter the bar.’ He added: ‘Great bravery shown by police. California Highway Patrol was on scene within 3 minutes,

with first officer to enter shot numerous times. ‘That Sheriff’s Sergeant died in the hospital. God bless all of the victims and families of the victims. Thank you to Law Enforcement.’ Horrifying video footage obtained by KCLA captures the sound of a woman screaming as shots ring out inside Borderline, while terrified drinkers fled the scene. A witness to the bloodbath told ABC7: ‘I was at the front door talking to my stepdad. I heard these big pops. ‘There were three or four and I hit the ground.

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