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Mental health experts declined to commit Calif. gunman after April disturbance

LOS ANGELES - Police visited the home of Ian David Long, the 28-year-old who killed several people at a bar in Thousand Oaks, earlier this year after a call about a disturbance. Law enforcement officials determined he did not qualify for an involuntarily psychiatric hold, officials said.

Long, who died of a gunshot wound, was a former U.S. Marine machine gunner who

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