Hero In Waffle House Shooting Is Raising Funds For Victims

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Four people were killed in the shooting, though there likely could have been more victims had it not been for Shaw's heroic act.

Judge Michael Mondell issued the order Tuesday morning and set a bond hearing for Wednesday. He was arrested outdoors the White Home final yr after asking to talk to President Donald Trump, and his weird actions appeared to accentuate in current days with a automotive theft.

Reinking had still not spoken to investigators as of Tuesday afternoon, 24 hours after he was arrested, said Don Aaron, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department. Four were killed. Two women who were shot remain hospitalized. His actions on that fateful morning are unfathomable to most, indescribable why even the Chief of Police and very poignant to the citizens of Nashville, who are very grateful for his fearless actions in the face of extreme adversity that saved many lives. His bail is now set at $2 million and he is scheduled to make his first court appearance on Wednesday. He will be charged with four counts of criminal homicide.

Travis Reinking's erratic habits started years earlier than police say he confirmed up with out trousers at a Waffle Home restaurant and killed 4 folks with an assault-style rifle.

An agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said his father could face charges.

Authorities found Reinking in a wooded area Monday not far from his apartment after a almost 36-hour manhunt, leaving the metro Nashville area on edge.

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"When he seen me on the phone, he kept looking real nervous", the Tennessean quoted her as telling reporters soon after Reinking's arrest. Because they didn't know the thief's identity, no one was arrested.

In a Facebook post uncovered by Heavy, Judy Reinking shared a post from Christian Warriors stating: "I don't remember a single school shooting when I was a kid".

"Finally, we pray for the community and our nation to bring about sensible solutions for such acts of violence that we may live in peace", Bishop Spalding said. Authorities in Tazewell County, Illinois, gave the weapons to Reinking's father, who police believe later returned them to his son. At the FBI's request, Reinking's IL firearms authorization was revoked, and four weapons - including the AR-15-style rifle used in Sunday's shooting - were seized.

A neighbor of Reinking's in Nashville, Jasmine White, said he was quiet and kept to himself but always spoke to her when he saw her, even if it was just to say hello.

"Hope, healing and love to you all".

According to local news reports, Susan Niland, a spokeswoman with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, said even though Reinking was forbidden from having guns in IL, it didn't mean he couldn't have them in Tennessee. His family would've had to come up with 10%, or $200,000, if they went to a bail bondsman, local CBS affiliate WTVF noted. He emphasized in an interview that he would rather people just regard him as "a regular person" because he says: "I feel like everybody can do pretty much what I did".

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