Crime
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More information surfaces about Nashville bombing suspect

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 12/30/20, 05:29 pm

Anthony Warner, the suspect in a bombing in downtown Nashville on Christmas, had only one arrest on his record for a 1978 marijuana-related charge. But a year before the incident, his girlfriend told police he was building bombs in an RV trailer at his property, according to documents The Associated Press obtained.

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Nashville bombing motive proves elusive

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 12/28/20, 06:14 pm

Investigators are analyzing a computer and portable storage drive that belonged to 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner in an attempt to determine why he may have detonated a bomb in Nashville, Tenn., on Christmas morning. Warner is the prime suspect in the investigation and was the only person who died in the explosion outside an AT&T building that injured three people and knocked out power as far away as Kentucky.

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Authorities identify Nashville bomber

by Tim Lamer
Posted 12/28/20, 01:20 am

Police said a Friday explosion in downtown Nashville, Tenn., that injured at least three people was intentional. Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake said officers early on Christmas morning came across a recreational vehicle blaring a recorded message that a bomb would explode in 15 minutes. The blast set cars on fire, mangled trees, and rocked a building that houses an AT&T telephone exchange, causing outages as far away as Kentucky.

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