What we know about the Waffle House Shooting

What we know about the Tennessee Waffle House Shooting Police say that a man arrived at a Waffle House near Nashville, Tennessee with a rifle and fatally shot two people outside, before entering the restaurant and killing two others. The shooting was stopped by a customer, James Shaw Jr., who was able to wrestle the gun away. "He decided to rush the gunman, actually wrestled that assault rifle away, tossed it over the counter. At that point, the gunman then fled," Don Aaron, Nashville Police Spokesperson The suspect, 29-year-old Travis Reinking, remains at large and may be armed. Reinking was previously arrested for trespassing near the White House but had the charges dismissed after completing a community service program. Following the program, the FBI interviewed Reinking and seized his guns. Authorities later returned the weapons to Reinking's father. One of those guns was the rifle used in Sunday's attack. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has added Reinking to its "Top 10 Most Wanted List."