Travis Reinking, 29, was charged with crimes in four cases after four people were murdered in a Waffle House restaurant in Antioch. Tennessee on Sunday. Reining initially received a $ 2 million bond, but the bond was withdrawn on Tuesday for a hearing on Wednesday.
During his first trial, Reinking spoke over a phone on a prison monitor. The police arrested Reinking Monday after a massive 36-hour manhunt. A telephone tip led the authorities to its location in a wooded area.
"Once the detectives saw him, there really was no communication other than the detective who came down on him and he hit the ground," said Metropolitan Nashville Police Lieutenant Carlos Lara
BREAKING: The four-time homicide suspect becomes Travis Reinking now taken to the Metro Prison of the Four Homicides. pic.twitter.com/pRRau805f9
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There are questions about Reinking's disputes with law enforcement. There are 30 pages of police reports about the past of the suspect.
In July 2017, Reinking was arrested by the Intelligence Service for trespassing near the White House. His four firearms were handed over to his father, who was later returned to his son by the police, including the rifle he seized to defeat his victims.
On Tuesday morning, federal investigators look at his father and ask if he could file an indictment.
Reinking comes from Morton, Illinois. The state prosecutor says it does not have enough information yet to determine if Jeffrey Reinking, the suspect's father, committed a crime. They will wait for the decision of the FBI.
Reinking is expected to return to court on Wednesday.
TENN> LAWMAKER'S HONOR
The man hailed as a hero in the shootings The Waffle House, James Shaw, Jr., was honored on Tuesday by Tennessee lawmakers.
"I'm a real person, I did not do it to really save people, I did it to save my life, to save in me. In my life, I've saved other lives, so this is probably one of those Greatest things that I think you could do, "Shaw said.
Shaw hurried to Reinking and grabbed the rifle. He wrestled the firearm from him and threw it over the counter, removing the possibility that this pistol would be used to inflict more damage.
Tennessee legislators passed a resolution that Shaw called a hero, partly saying, "Mr. Shaw is truly a hero, his actions on that fateful morning are unfathomable to most, indescribable even by the chief of police, and very poignant to the citizens of Nashville, who are deeply grateful for his courageous actions in the face of extreme adversity that has saved many lives. "
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