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FENTRESS COUNTY COUPLE CREDITED FOR HELPING POLICE FIND WAFFLE HO– USE ALLEGED SHOOTER

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A Fentress County couple has been credited for helping police find the alleged Waffle House shooter. Brian French and his wife, Lydia, were working on a construction site in Antioch yesterday when they spotted 29-year-old Travis Reinking. Brian French said Reinking looked like he was in a daze. Lydia French immediately called 911 and notified police that Reinking went into the woods behind Discovery at Mountain View apartments. Police found Reinking within 10 minutes of the call and say he had a loaded handgun in his backpack. Reinking is charged with the murders of four people inside a Waffle House in Antioch Sunday. His bond was originally set at $2 million but was revoked today until a hearing can be held.


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