The Metro Nashville Police Department announced that authorities have Waffle House shooting suspect Travis Reinking in custody.

He allegedly killed four people at the restaurant, located southeast of downtown Nashville, on Sunday morning.

A citizen’s tip led the authorities to Reinking. They found him in the wooded area behind an apartment complex where he was last seen.

The police said Reinking possessed “a silver Kimber semi-automatic weapon with .45 caliber ammunition, flashlight and holster” along with a Colorado ID when they took him into custody. He refused to give them a statement and requested a lawyer. He went to a hospital to be checked out and will head to the Nashville jail after he’s discharged.

Authorities said they will book him “on four counts of criminal homicide” at the jail.

Reinking supposedly shot up the Waffle House at 3AM local time on Sunday morning, which resulted in the deaths of four people before a man disarmed him. He fled the scene and people last saw him wearing only black pants and no shirt.

160 law enforcement officials took place in the search for Reinking. They first surrounded the apartment they believed he lived in, but gave the all clear when it became clear he was not there.

He had previous entanglements with law enforcement. From The New York Times:

Mr. Reinking has had other encounters with law enforcement, including an arrest near the White House last July when he crossed a security barrier in pursuit of a meeting with President Trump.

Police reports show family members expressed concern for his welfare after he exhibited delusional behavior for an extended time, including expressing a belief that the entertainer Taylor Swift was stalking him and hacking his phone and Netflix account.

And after his arrest for the White House episode, Mr. Reinking, who lived in Morton, Ill., was forced to surrender three rifles and a handgun to officials in August, just months before he moved to Nashville.