New Insight Into The Christmas Day Nashville Bomb Explosion
There is a new insight into the Christmas day Nashville bomb explosion. A woman who identified herself as the girlfriend of the 63-year-old Nashville bomber told police last year the bomber Anthony Warner was making bombs in his recreational vehicle. This was according to the statement and documents made available by the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.
According to the statement, on August 21, 2019, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department got a call from an attorney representing Pamela Perry, the said girlfriend of the bomber Anthony Warner. Her attorney, Raymond Throckmorton, said she had made “suicidal threats to him via telephone.”
When police from the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department got to her, they found two unloaded pistols near Perry, and she told the Cops that they belonged to Warner. She also told the police officers that she did not want them at home and that Warner was making bombs in the RV trailer at his residence.
Throckmorton an attorney, who once represented Warner and was present at Perry’s home, told the authorities that Warner frequently talks about bomb-making. (Throckmorton) stated that he believes that the suspect knows what he is doing and is capable of making a bomb.
However, On Monday, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation director David Rausch said Warner, 63, had not previously been on law enforcement’s radar. The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department asked the FBI to check its databases for previous records of Warner and none were found, and the FBI has confirmed in a statement.
Also, Investigators positively identified Warner by comparing DNA from the scene to that on gloves and a hat from a vehicle he owned, Rausch said. The motive for the explosion is still unknown.
The blast from the Christmas day Nashville bomb explosion has left the historic Nashville Street in disorder, and federal investigators expect it will take until Friday to sift through the rubble and collect all of the evidence from the crime scene. But no motive has been deduced fro the bomb explosion.