Nashville Schools on Lockout Amid Manhunt for Waffle House Shooting Suspect

Nashville schools will stage a lockout Monday as a manhunt for the suspect in the Waffle House shooting continues. The schools affected have been searched and cleared by local police and, although students will be able to move freely within the building, no guests or visitors will be allowed inside. The lockouts at the designated schools will continue until the manhunt has ended or the police say the suspect is no longer in the area, according to an announcement by Metro Nashville Public Schools. Travis Reinking, 29, is the suspect in the shootings early Sunday morning that killed four people and injured several others. Reinking allegedly fled the scene of the shooting completely naked except for a jacket, and police believe he went to his apartment, put on a pair of pants, and may have escaped into the woods. SWAT officers cleared his apartment late Sunday.