A woman claiming to be the girlfriend of the male suspect who set off the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville on Friday reported to police last year that he was building explosives in his recreational vehicle.
At about 6:30a.m. on Christmas morning last week, an RV belonging to Anthony Warner, 63, exploded in downtown Nashville on Second Avenue in front of an AT&T transmission building. The blast damaged dozens of buildings spanning the entire city block and blew out telecommunications systems in the Southeast for several days.
On August 21, 2019, Raymond Throckmorton, an attorney for Pamela Perry, the woman who said she was the girlfriend of bombing suspect Warner, called police and told them that Perry had made “suicidal threats to him via telephone.”
Police arrived at Perry’s home and found her sitting on the porch with two unloaded pistols nearby. She said the firearms belonged to Warner, who was “building bombs in the RV trailer at his residence,” according to documents from the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department obtained by CNN.
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