The man arrested Monday for allegedly killing four people at a Nashville area Waffle House this weekend is refusing to answer questions from authorizes.
Travis Reinking, the 29-year-old man arrested for the killings, was found hiding out in the woods about a mile from the Waffle House where the shooting took place. He surrendered to police without incident.
He was booked on four counts of criminal homicide. According to police, Reinking requested a lawyer and refused to answer questions or make a statement. Bond has been set at $2 million, which amounts to $500,000 for each person killed.
Reinking is set to make his first appearance in court on Wednesday mornings. (The Washington Post)
- Reinking has a long history of trouble with the law and firearms.
- His firearms license was revoked and his guns were taken away by police last year.
- He allegedly used one of those guns that police had confiscated, but later returned to his father, in the shooting spree.