Nashville bomber’s girlfriend instructed police in 2019 he was making explosives inside RV: report


Police visited the house of Nashville bomber Anthony Quinn Warner in 2019 after his girlfriend instructed authorities he was making bombs inside his leisure automobile, in response to a report.

Paperwork obtained The Tennessean newspaper of Nashville appeared to contradict a declare this week the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation that Warner was “not on our radar” prior to an enormous Christmas morning explosion of an RV outdoors an AT&T constructing within the downtown space of the state’s capital metropolis.

Warner is believed to have died within the explosion, which reportedly induced no different fatalities.

The Metro Nashville Police Division paperwork additionally point out that each native and federal authorities knew in August 2019 about alleged threats Warner had made, The Tennessean reported.

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When authorities visited the girlfriend at her residence – a couple of mile and a half away from Warner’s residence – she handed over two unloaded weapons that she claimed belonged to Warner, telling authorities she “didn’t need them in the home any longer,” Metro Nashville police spokesman Don Aaron instructed the newspaper. She additionally instructed Nashville police that Warner was “constructing bombs within the RV trailer at his residence,” in response to police.

On the time, a lawyer who was representing each Warner and his girlfriend instructed officers that Warner “often talks in regards to the army and bomb making,” and “is aware of what he’s doing and is able to making a bomb,” the police report says.

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After visiting the girlfriend on that day in 2019, officers went to Warner’s residence and knocked on the door however he didn’t look like at residence. In addition they observed that the RV parked outdoors had “a number of safety cameras and wires hooked up” and appeared to have an alarm arrange on the entrance door.

This undated image posted on social media  the FBI shows Anthony Quinn Warner, the man accused of exploding a bomb in Nashville, Tenn., on Christmas Day. (Courtesy of FBI via AP)

This undated picture posted on social media the FBI exhibits Anthony Quinn Warner, the person accused of exploding a bomb in Nashville, Tenn., on Christmas Day. (Courtesy of FBI way of AP)

Nashville police noticed “no proof of against the law” on the time and had no authority to enter the property, in order that they left and despatched a report back to their division’s hazardous gadgets unit and to the FBI, The Tennessean reported.

Later that day, the FBI responded that that they had no information of any suspicious exercise relating to Warner.

This undated image posted on social media  the FBI shows Anthony Quinn Warner, the man authorities say was behind a mysterious explosion in Nashville, Tenn., in which he was killed. (Courtesy of FBI via AP)

This undated picture posted on social media the FBI exhibits Anthony Quinn Warner, the person authorities say was behind a mysterious explosion in Nashville, Tenn., through which he was killed. (Courtesy of FBI way of AP)

Later that month, the Protection Division additionally reported that “checks on Warner have been all destructive,” Aaron instructed The Tennessean on Tuesday. The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives additionally had no details about Warner, he stated.

Additionally later that month, police contacted the lawyer, Raymond Throckmorton III, to rearrange a dialog with Warner, however the lawyer instructed them Warner “didn’t take care of the police,” and wouldn’t conform to any inspection of his RV.

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It seems neither Nashville police nor the FBI heard any additional stories about Warner previous to the Christmas morning explosion.

Warner had just one arrest, in January 1978, for possession of marijuana, The Tennessean reported.



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