Waffle House Suspect Caught, Rory Felton Reward, Prostitution in Anne Arundel County

Alleged Waffle House Shooter Captured 

He was on the run for over 24 hours, but police now have in custody the man accused of killing four people at a Waffle House restaurant near Nashville, Tennessee on Sunday.
Police believe it was 29-year-old Travis Reinking who walked into that restaurant early Sunday morning, near naked, and shot to death four patrons.
Reinking was captured Monday near Nashville.  James Shaw, a customer at the Waffle House at the time of the shootings, was able to wrestle Reinking’s gun away from him. Reinking then ran from the restaurant.

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Reward Offered for Information in Death of DC Go-Go Legend

A 25-thousand dollar reward has been offered for information regarding the stabbing death of Rory Felton, an original member of Rare Essence.  Felton was fatally stabbed last Friday in an apartment in Southwest DC.  Besides Rare Essence, Felton also performed with Little Benny & The Masters, Proper Utensils, and the Legends.  Rory Felton would have celebrated his 58th birthday on Wednesday.

Prostitution Sting in Anne Arundel County 

Two women are facing charges for allegedly running a prostitution operation out of their Hanover, Maryland apartment. Police say they received complaints earlier this month about possible sex trade activity at an apartment on Hardwick Court and later discovered an Internet advertisement offering massage services by two females. Detectives used the ad to set up an appointment and arrested the two women after they both offered to perform sex acts for money.

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