A pretrial hearing for the Waffle House shooting suspect has been set for July.
Travis Reinking was scheduled to appear for a status hearing Friday morning in Nashville. However, because he's still under psychological evaluation, he did not appear.
His pretrial hearing is scheduled for July 13.
Family and friends of the victims were solemn as they left the courtroom.
Reinking did not appear in court today. He’s still under a psychological evaluation.
His pretrial hearing will be held on July 13.
Family and friends were solemn leaving court. Some cried as they went to convene with the district attorney general on the case. pic.twitter.com/d6aikkwWpv
— Kyle Horan (@KyleHoranNC5) June 1, 2018
Investigators say he opened fire at the Antioch Waffle House the early hours of April 22, killing Taurean Sanderlin, Joey Perez, DeEbony Groves, and Akilah DaSilva.
Three others were hurt.
In an exclusive interview with reporter Nick Beres, Reinking said he's not mentally ill and plans to handle his own legal defense.
He’s being held without bond.
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