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Waffle House shooting suspect committed for treatment of schizophrenia

A judge committed Travis Reinking, 29, to a psychiatric hospital in Nashville for treatment so he can stand trial in the future in the deaths of four.
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Filing: Waffle House shooting suspect found unfit for trial

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Prosecutors are seeking a court hearing after the suspect in a deadly shooting at a Tennessee Waffle House was deemed presently incompetent for trial and in need of..
Seattle Times

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Afternoon Headlines: Friday, August 31, 2018 [Video]Afternoon Headlines: Friday, August 31, 2018

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NewsChannel 5 Nashville -   03:36

Waffle House Suspect Moved To Mental Institute [Video]Waffle House Suspect Moved To Mental Institute

The accused Waffle House shooter is reportedly mentally ill, and for that reason, Travis Reinking is no longer at the Davidson County Jail. The accused mass murderer has been moved to at new location..

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James Shaw Previews ‘Come Together Day’ In Nashville [Video]James Shaw Previews ‘Come Together Day’ In Nashville

Just four months ago, James Shaw Jr. wrestled a gun away from a shooter inside an Antioch Waffle House. Now, he's using his voice to help end the violence.

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Waffle House suspect denies mental health issues

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A man accused of killing four people at a Tennessee Waffle House denies he is suffering from mental health problems and says he wants to represent himself in court in the..
Seattle Times

Waffle House suspect's father gave him weapons, new lawsuit claims he's responsible

Travis Reinking's father, Jeffrey Reinking, admitted returning guns to his son, including one of the weapons believed used at Waffle House, after Illinois revoked his authorization to own weapons in..
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Waffle House shooting suspect Travis Reinking to get mental health exam

During the first court hearing in the case, a judge approved the request from Travis Reinking's public defender for an outpatient 'forensic' exam.
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Suspect in Tennessee Waffle House shooting due in court

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A man accused of killing four people by opening fire outside a Waffle House and storming the restaurant is due in court. Travis Reinking is facing multiple charges, including..
Seattle Times

Waffle House suspect’s relatives say they’re ‘heartbroken’

PEORIA, Ill. (AP) — Family members of a man charged in a deadly shooting at a Tennessee Waffle House restaurant say they are “heartbroken and devastated at the loss of life and injury.” Travis..
Seattle Times

Waffle House shooting shows pitfalls in patchwork of U.S. gun laws

(Reuters) - When Travis Reinking's semi-automatic rifle was confiscated after his attempt to enter the White House last year, he simply moved from Illinois to nearby Tennessee where signs of mental..
Reuters

Police found more than 1,000 rounds of ammo, video footage in Travis Reinking's apartment

Investigators have already started to extract information from hard drives, computers and thumb drives found in the apartment.
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Waffle House shooter's ex-bosses urged FBI to keep him in custody after White House incident

The alleged Waffle House shooter’s former boss said she urged the FBI to keep Travis Reinking in custody and help him after the 29-year-old was arrested at the White House last year.
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History of red flags didn't keep guns out of hands of Waffle House shooting suspect

Travis Reinking's brushes with the law reveal a pattern of mental instability but also show the limits of removing guns from people whose mental illnesses could pose a risk to the public.
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Waffle House suspect: Erratic behavior years before shooting

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Travis Reinking’s erratic behavior began years before police say he showed up without pants at a Waffle House restaurant and killed four people with an assault-style rifle...
Seattle Times

Man who disarmed Waffle House shooter hailed by lawmakers

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The co-owner of a Colorado crane company where the suspect in a deadly weekend shooting at a Nashville restaurant once worked said she had urged federal officials to keep him..
Seattle Times

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