Admitted Chili's killer William Wood Jr. had plans to rob another restaurant and perhaps take even more lives.
Multiple reports says that Wood was planning an attack at Ruby Tuesday similar to the one at the Dewitt Chilis in September, where two employees were murdered and two more might have met the same fate if the gun Wood used hadn't jammed. Wood had worked at the Carrier Circle Ruby Tuesdays until about a week before the Chili's shooting. Wood had also worked at the Chili's about a year before the attack. He was fired from both jobs.
Wood pleaded guilty to all 10 counts of his indictment, including first and second degree murder, attempted murder, robbery, and criminal possession of a weapon. Wood faces life without parole when he is sentenced April 15.