Domestic terrorist Travis Reinking was captured by police on Monday afternoon hiding in the woods of suburban Nashville a day after he opened fire in a Waffle House killing four people and injuring four others.

Here’s what we know:

Reinking was armed when he was arrested. 

He was carrying a silver Kimber semi-automatic weapon with .45 caliber ammunition, flashlight and holster on him. His wallet containing a Colorado ID was in his backpack, police said.

A citizen’s tip helped police track down the suspect. 

“It’s a community effort, this would not have been accomplished without the cooperation of the community, and it was a citizen’s tip that led to this apprehension,” Nashville Police Chief Steve Anderson said.

Travis Reinking refused to talk and asked for an attorney.


The story is developing….