Apr 23, 2018
Travis Reinking: How did Waffle House suspect get guns after ban?
Amid a huge manhunt for Travis Reinking, 29, questions are being asked about how he was apparently able to get his hands on the weapons. Police said the AR-15 rifle he allegedly used in the attack at a Waffle House in a Nashville suburb had been confiscated from him just last year. They also confiscated four legally owned guns, including the AR-15 that was used in the Waffle House attack, police said on Sunday. Police then told Mr Reinking's father "He might want to lock the guns back up until Travis gets mental help which he stated he would". In May 2016, officers detained Travis Reinking in the car park of the drug store CVS after his parents - who were with him at the time - called police, arrest records show.
Make a complaint about Waffle House by viewing their customer service contacts.