A judge has issued a new and stricter order of protection to keep the accused Antioch Waffle House shooting suspect from speaking with anyone not pre-approved by his lawyers.
Under the new order, Travis Reinking’s lawyers will screen his mail, he will not be allowed a computer and he will only have phone access to call his attorneys.
News 2 checked his visitor log on Monday and it revealed his lawyers and family have visited with him.
Reinking remains jailed without bond after the April 22 shooting at an Antioch Waffle House on Murfreesboro Pike.
Four people were killed and several others were hurt.