According to multiple news reports, after the Christmas bombing in Nashville, law enforcement officers searched a man named Anthony Quinn Warner in his home in Antioch, Tennessee.
According to Newsweek, Warner is believed to be related to the Nashville bombing.
CBS News reported that Warner has been identified as a follower of the case.
LexisNexis report, by Weekly newspaper, Showing that Warner’s address is 3724 Becton Road, Nashville, and the authorities began searching for that location on Saturday. The report pointed out that Warner was born in January 1
This is the entire report of the Nashville explosion.
Tennessee reported that investigators from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Autonomous Driving TFF, and the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department converged on the 100th block of Antioch’s Town Road before 11 am on Saturday.
The report said: “According to the FBI Special Agent Jason Parker, no one is at home. He said that the agency’s evidence response team entered the home at approximately 2:30 pm to conduct a court-approved search.” “Neighbors told Tennessee that in the past two weeks, an RV that resembled an RV explosion had parked at home.”
Another report said: “Five investigations by Channel News were discovered a few weeks ago-(Warner) signed a 29-year-old woman living in California at his long-term residence.”
According to the “Daily Mail” report, Warner Corporation gave a house worth $160,000 to a 29-year-old woman living in Los Angeles, Michelle Swing, for free in November.
“I didn’t even buy a house, he just sold it to me without my knowledge. So it’s very strange to me, this is all I can say,” Swing told the Daily Mail .
The report said: “However, Warner passed an unsecured debt deed last year to transfer another house on Bakertown Road to Swain.”
“According to documents posted online, on November 25, he signed a lease for the property to a woman in Los Angeles for free. The document was signed by Warner, but not by the woman.” Reuters reported.
ABC News also reported that other investigators are working with behavioral analysts to help them understand what prompted someone to commit an “intentional act” to blow up the RV.
“Marco Rodriguez and Warner live in the same building. He said that at around 10 am on Saturday, federal agents told him to evacuate. Rodriguez said in the report: “They came in and told us, just in case there was a bomb or something. s things. “
The attack damaged the AT&T building and continued to cause severe damage to cell phone services and police and hospital communications in several southern states on Saturday.
Three people were injured in the explosion. Nashville Metropolitan Police Chief John Drake said: “We found an organization that we thought might be the remains, but we will examine it and let you know at that time.” The police could not say whether it might have come from someone in the RV.
The bombing continued to cause telephone and Internet service interruptions in parts of Alabama.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.