Neighbors Remind About Home Destroyer Disorders
Hours for a mass photography in a California bar raped ATF and FBI investigators house where gunman Ian Long lived with his mother, CBS News John Blackstone reports. Their home is located on a suburb street about five miles from Borderline Bar & Grill, where Long killed 12 people.
In the neighborhood, those who lived nearby saw that he was often angry and unfriendly.
“He would not come out of the house as much as I saw him drive by, I would wave and he would not wave back,” said Gareth Crites.
The 28-year-old earned almost five years in Marines, including about seven months of fighting duty from November 201
0 to June 2011 as a machine shooter in Afghanistan. He left the military in 2013.
There was rumor Long suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Donald Macleud could hear high arguments about his back yard.
“He was a lot worse when he came back from the military, “he said.
” I suspected he had a gun there because I heard a shot one night, over a year ago, Macleud said.
During a disturbance, neighbor Hans Hanson began to act.
“I called the police to him that time, just because I did not know if he hurt” Hanson said.