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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Antioch, Tennessee: Erielle Reshef) The capture of Travis Reinking, the mass shooter at a Waffle House restaurant in Tennessee, featured; photos & scenes shown from Antioch; details given of the timeline of the shooting, Reinking's past run-ins with the law. [Metropolitan Nashville police dept. Lt. Carlos LARA- comments on the capture.] [Grabbed gun, James SHAW - says he is not a hero.] [Metropolitan Nashville police dept. Don AARON- talks about the stolen car.] [FBI agent Matt ESPENSHADE- comments on neutralizing him.] Possible charges against his father for returning his guns discussed.
- Muir, David;
- Reshef, Erielle
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