Bond revoked for suspect in Waffle House attack

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However, Reinking has a past of erratic behavior. But the court filings laid out the beginning of what could be an extensive and unusual criminal case, since mass shootings often end with the suspected shooters dead rather than facing trial.

The man accused of killing four people at a Nashville-area Waffle House thought his laptop had been hacked about a month before the shooting, said the owner of the fix shop where Travis Reinking took his computer.

Reinking wasn't kept in custody.

IL lawmakers on Tuesday were trying to close a legal loophole that allowed a confiscated AR-15 semiautomatic rifle to be given back to the man accused of a shooting at a Waffle House restaurant in Tennessee that killed four and wounded four.

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.

"The motive is undetermined", Aaron wrote in an email Tuesday.

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Police say Reinking shot and killed at least four people at a Waffle House restaurant in Nashville Sunday.

Shaw created a GoFundMe campaign to help the Waffle House victims and their families. A patron charged the half-naked gunman during a pause in the attack, wrestling the rifle away from him and tossing it over a counter. He also thought Taylor Swift was stalking him.

"Yeah, well, go kill yourself then, jump off a bridge or something", the man responds, according to the audio recording posted online by the Dang It Repair store.

She said: "We told them, 'Hang onto him if you can". The first responders and medical personnel who aided the victims, the police and law enforcement officials that responded to protect the community, and the individuals who reacted to the emergency are examples of good acting in the face of evil.

The documents say they seized a Remington rifle with a magazine; cartridges for different calibers of guns; two rifle scopes; and gun cleaning equipment from 29-year-old Travis Reinking's apartment. He also claimed to be a sovereign citizen both during his White House arrest, and to a former co-worker.

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives special Agent Marcus Watson said Monday that his father's action is "potentially a violation of federal law".

"We were able to effectively neutralize what we felt was the threat at the time by ensuring that he did not have the ability to purchase or own weapons and that those weapons were taken", Espenshade said. Police say a quick-thinking customer wrestled the weapon away from Reinking before the suspect fled on foot. Steve Hayslip, a spokesman for the Nashville District Attorney's office, said the date is being reset due to scheduling conflicts with the lawyers.

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