Gripped by fear

Deputies turn to training as threat of gun violence persists


REAL LIFE SITUATION—Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies give cover to a victim during a staged active shooter drill July 30 at Calabasas High School. “Always have a plan,” one officer said. RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn NewspapersIn November 2018, there was Thousand Oaks. Last weekend, the terror came to El Paso and Dayton—and the country’s long nightmare with gun violence continued.
“Hate like this has no place in our country, or in our city,” Calabasas Mayor David Shapiro said in a statement to his ...

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