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On the rv topic. I saw a still from a security cam last night that showed the explosion coming from a white car, not the rv. So, now there's another level of questions.
originally posted by: Bigburgh
a reply to: ketsuko
Agreed, many models sold with same details. Still waiting to see what they turn up at the home.
Where is this Anthony Quinn Warner right now?
She didn’t want her name printed, but she said he “lived here a long time. He was quiet, kept to himself.” In fact, even though she lived near him for 25 years, she never knew his last name. She described Warner as a white male with a “slight” build. She said he stood about 5 foot 5 inches tall and had “grayish hair, kind of long.” She noticed that the RV, which had been parked in his yard, was moved a couple days ago. It’s not there now. She said Warner lived at the home since at least 1995.
The neighbor said Warner had no family – no wife or kids that she knew of. She said he ‘was very good to the animals he had.” She said he had little dogs, and “when they got older, he built them a ramp so they wouldn’t have to climb.”
The neighbor said that Warner would wave and say hi, but he generally kept to himself.
originally posted by: EnhancedInterrogator
Of course, tongue and cheek, he could also have an axe to grind against Hooters, but couldn't find a close enough parking spot?
A law enforcement source told CBS News at least one person of interest has been identified in connection to the recreational vehicle that exploded on Christmas morning, rocking downtown Nashville. Multiple sources confirm that Anthony Quinn Warner, a Nashville area resident, had a similar make and model RV as the one in photos released to the public.
Warner was described as a 63-year-old White man. Federal agents are at the address listed to Warner. ...
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: RickinVa
That's still very close. So much of it was pretty clear arguing that something was intended to be there.
now to see it. the view is from the corner of commerce down 2nd ave. the RV and fire after are on the left.
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Online records say that Anthony Warner first showed up at the property address with the RV in the 1980s and was there through 2020.
He has relatives with ties to New York state, according to online records. An obituary that appears to be for his father says that Tony Warner wasn’t married but had a brother and sister. The obit says his dad was from Nashville and died there.
A quit claim deed available through Davidson County records shows that on November 25, 2020, Warner, for unclear reasons, gave the property in Antioch to an unmarried Los Angeles, California woman named Michelle Swing for zero dollars. The deed confirms that Warner was unmarried. Michelle L. Swing has ties to Tennessee and is 29 years old, according to online records. Her Facebook page is deleted.