The father of the central Illinois man charged with the 2017 shooting at a Tennessee Waffle House says authorities never explicitly told him to keep his son’s guns.  The Tennessean reported yesterday that Jeffrey Reinking wrote in response to a lawsuit filed by one of the victims’ families that officers never said he could not return his son, Travis’, guns.  Investigators in Tennessee say Travis Reinking used one of those guns to kill four people at a Nashville Waffle House in April of 2017.