Caleb Arndt

friend of a victim of the Borderline Bar & Grill shooting

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Caleb Arndt on KCRW

Caleb Arndt, a recent graduate of Cal Lutheran in Thousand Oaks, reacts to the Borderline shooting and remembers his friend, Justin Meek, who was killed in the attack.

Remembering a victim of the Thousand Oaks shooting

Caleb Arndt, a recent graduate of Cal Lutheran in Thousand Oaks, reacts to the Borderline shooting and remembers his friend, Justin Meek, who was killed in the attack.

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