For the Record
Borderline bar attack: In the March 18 California section, an article about a report examining the law enforcement response to the Borderline Bar and Grill mass shooting in 2018 said that an off-duty Ventura County sheriff’s deputy and two other off-duty
officers who were inside the bar were armed. Only the deputy was carrying a weapon.
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