26 Апреля, 2018
The co-owner of a Colorado crane company where the suspect in a deadly shooting at a Nashville restaurant once worked said she urged federal officials to keep him in custody after he was arrested at the White House past year.
Reinking dropped off the device March 19 and picked it up the next day, Hartline said.
Police have identified the suspect as Reinking, 29.
Hartline said that nothing about Reinking's behavior was unusual on March 19 or 20, but on April 11, about a week and a half before the Antioch shooting, his shop received a weird call from the 29-year-old.
Reinking told technicians that his computer had been acting up and the USB port wasn't working, so the technician reformatted his hard drive - a common troubleshooting measure - which wiped the data from Reinking's hard drive, Dang It Repairs owner Robert Hartline told CNN.
"Nothing was unusual about the transaction whatsoever", Hartline said. Reinking's former coworkers and employers in Colorado have said he shared similar sentiments with them as well.
Sustrich described Reinking as "a very intelligent, polite and nice person" who also "exhibited signs of being paranoid and delusional at times", the detective wrote. "The way he ended the call was super weird".
Phone calls to a number listed for the father, Jeffrey Reinking, went unanswered.
The police report from Colorado comes as records from IL alleged that Reinking told police Swift was stalking him, that he tried to pick a fight with lifeguards at the local pool and that he went to the offices of his father's construction business with a rifle, shouting expletives before driving away.Читайте также: Morgan Stanley posts record 1st-quarter profits
"Sorry, are you wanting to make a backup disk?"
"I noticed that they have been reopening and that every one incoming funds have been going to the victims" households, and I used to be going like, "OK". "Educate yourself on what this stuff is before you start talking about it", Tune said.
Before Reinking hung up, the conversation turned even more freaky.
Hartline said that if Reinking had said something more threatening - such as, "I'm going to kill you" - he would've taken it more seriously. Police said this week the call was cleared with no report filed.
Since the shooting, Hartline has passed along the recording of the conversation to Nashville police.
"It was my feeling the faster we put this info out there for everyone, the faster families can deal with their pain of loss", Hartline said.
The mechanic also told police that Reinking "believed he was a sovereign citizen" who said he "disliked the government" and the National Rifle Association, the report said, though it did not elaborate.
"There is material on the electronics seized pursuant to the search warrant", Aaron said.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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