The bond for accused Waffle House shooter, Travis Reinking, has been revoked following public outcry from the community.
Reinking was taken into custody Monday afternoon and charged with four counts of criminal homicide.
His bond was set at $2 million – which outraged many in the community. The District Attorney's Office confirmed Tuesday that his bond had been revoked.
Metro Nashville Police officials issued five more warrants against Travis charging him with four counts of attempted murder and one count of unlawful gun possession in the commission of a violent felony.
One of the attempted murder charges was for hero, James Shaw, who was grazed by a bullet.
The 29-year-old has been accused of killing four people inside a Waffle House early Sunday morning.
According to reports from the Criminal Court Clerk's Office, a search warrant for DNA has also been issued.
The search warrant stated, "The defendant will have the inside of his mouth swabbed for the DNA sample," and continued, "[officials will] make an immediate search on the person or premises,,, and in the premises used and occupied by him... and if you find the same [DNA], or any part thereof, you shall seize the evidence, make a report to this Court of the evidence seized and safekeep the same..."
Taurean C. Sanderlin was an employee of the restaurant who was killed as he stood outside. Also killed outside was 20-year-old Joe R. Perez, of Nashville, who was a patron.
The third death at the scene was 21-year-old DeEbony Groves, of Gallatin. She was killed inside the restaurant. Groves was a student at Belmont University.
Akilah Dasilva, nicknamed Natrix, was passionate about his music and pursued a career in musical engineering at MTSU. He was wounded inside the restaurants and later died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Judge Michael Mondelli the Travis Reinking case has been moved to Monday, May 7 at 9:00 a.m. in Courtroom 3C.