Among the charges were four counts of premeditated first-degree murder and four first-degree felony murder counts.
A sentencing hearing will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. local time, Davidson County Criminal Court Judge Mark Fishburn said after the jury read the verdict.
Reinking arrived at a Waffle House in Antioch, southeast of Nashville, on April 22, 2018, wearing nothing but a green jacket, according to Metro Nashville Police.
He got out of his pickup, wielding an “assault-type rifle,” and fatally shot two people outside the Waffle House, police said. Reinking then went into the diner and continued firing, killing two more people, police said.
Police launched a manhunt shortly after Reinking fled the restaurant naked. He was taken into custody about 35 hours later when a woman at a construction site in Antioch spotted him in the woods.
Reinking was initially held on $2 million bond, but angry calls flooded the district attorney general’s and judge’s offices. His bond was later revoked by a Tennessee judge.
The two fatally shot outside the restaurant were Waffle House employee Taurean C. Sanderlin, 29, and customer Joe R. Perez, 20.
Inside, the gunman killed two more people: 23-year-old Akilah DaSilva, a student pursuing a musical engineering career and 21-year-old DeEbony Groves, a college senior majoring in social work who had been out with her sorority sisters that night.
CNN has reached out to the Office of the District Attorney General/Nashville-Davidson County and Reinking’s attorney, Paul Bruno, for comment but has not immediately heard back.