Records show the security guard involved in the Waffle House shooting failed his armed guard license requirements four times.
ABC 17 previously reported that Robert Moses was accused of shooting Anthony Warren when he feared for his safety from an encroaching crowd of people in the store.
Moses took the armed guard test at Target Master’s in 2017. The four times he failed he was using a 9mm firearm.
Moses passed the test on Oct. 6 with a .45 caliber firearm.
The family of Warren is suing Moses for negligence and Signal 88 for “creating an unreasonable risk of harm to others” in hiring Moses.
Moses has not yet been charged with a crime in the shooting. Two others, Matthew McMillan and Jaylon Freelon, are charged with crimes related to an incident that happened prior to Warren’s death.