Nashville bomber’s girlfriend told police in 2019 he was building explosives

Nashville bomber's girlfriend told police in 2019 he was building explosives 1


A woman who said she was the girlfriend of the man who set off the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville told police last year he was making bombs in his recreational vehicle, according to a statement and documents the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department provided to CNN.
On August 21, 2019, police received a call from an attorney representing Pamela Perry, the woman who said she was the girlfriend of the bomber Anthony Warner, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department said Tuesday. Her attorney, Raymond Throckmorton, said she had made "suicidal threats to him via telephone."
When police arrived at Perry's home, they found two unloaded pistols near Perry, who said they belonged to Warner. She told officers she did not want them in the home any longer and that Warner was "building bombs in the RV trailer at his residence," according to a "matter of record" report from the MNPD.
The police also spoke to Throckmorton, who once represented Warner and was also present at Perry's home. He told authorities Warner "frequently talks about the military and bomb-making. (Throckmorton) stated that he believes that the suspect knows what he is doing and is capable of making a bomb," the report said.
CNN has reached out to Throckmorton for comment about his account — first reported by the Tennessean — but has not yet heard back.
An officer observed Warner's home for several days, but found no evidence of bomb making, according to Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake. It would have required a sign of a crime being committed, or that a bomb was being made, to obtain a legal search warrant or subpoena, Drake said.
#Nashville #CNN #News

82 Comments on "Nashville bomber’s girlfriend told police in 2019 he was building explosives"

  1. Nicholas Strong | December 30, 2020 at 8:07 PM | Reply

    Maybe if he was BBQ’ing in the park they would’ve taken a closer look.

  2. Some police departments are so incompetent it’s shocking.

  3. Cops kicked in my door cause we were smoking weed in the backyard but this guy is making bombs and the leave him be !!!

  4. “Hind sight is 2020”
    is just as bad is saying
    “It is what it is”

    • Stijn WatchesStuff | December 30, 2020 at 10:27 PM | Reply

      @Jester Avrgjoe What a stupid argument. Is there any state where making a bomb is legal? Huh?…. And to get back to your reply to my message… I’m not even an American citizen, so it’s not MY government.. What does your argument about our digital footprint has to do with the police not properly investigating someone making bombs in his yard? And yes, I would understand that if the police thinks I’m making bombs in my yard, it’s their duty to come and have a look.. the problems I would have is with my ex girlfriend telling lies or the PD not having reasonable doubt to do it..look at things in different perspectives man! Like how can you not go and have a PROPER look? Like mentioned before, someone can call the cops on you for smoking weed, without them actually having more reasonable doubt than that phone call..that’s okay about smoking weed, but not about making a bomb? Get outa here, dude… I think I’m starting to understand why your name is Jester…🤡🤡

    • Spot on!

    • Speedy investigating by the FBI
      – JFK

    • @Jester Avrgjoe they can if they are informed of a threat a year in advance

    • David l Williams | December 30, 2020 at 10:38 PM | Reply

      In hind sight 2020 sucked.

  5. Breanna Taylor : sleep in her appartmenr : Police lie to a judge and shoot her. Guy get reported by 2 credible witnesses thats he is building actual bombs : Police : well we knocked on the door, no one answered. Case closed. Cops are repugnantly eitehr corrupt, and or just plain incompetent. This is crazy.

  6. I’m confused, did he just say the suspect who made the bomb and exploded with the bomb? Oh he’s white, so he’s not a suicide bomber terrorist. Gotcha

  7. Miguel Alejandro | December 30, 2020 at 8:16 PM | Reply

    If his name was Amir instead of Anthony, the cops would have been all over him when the first call was made in 2019.

  8. If the suspect had my name police would’ve raided his house as soon as gf reported him.

  9. Don O’ Sullivan | December 30, 2020 at 8:29 PM | Reply

    “Maybe we could have followed up more” – no s**t Sherlock.

  10. It seems like the US doesn’t take threats of domestic terrorism seriously ..

  11. Brittany Pittman | December 30, 2020 at 8:31 PM | Reply

    you enter people’s homes against protocol all the time, why did this guy get so much grace?

    edit: I thought this was an obviously rhetorical question, but thank you for your responses. this is such a shame and my condolences to those families affected 💜

    • TheRewivsMan Tv | December 30, 2020 at 9:29 PM | Reply

    • The Bastard Gift | December 30, 2020 at 9:30 PM | Reply

      @SLIM, well thank you and I’ve enjoyed reading your comments.

    • MrBeast Will Not Comment on This video:
      Like The Video So It Gets Recommended

    • … mEANWHILE , it will be discovered that the bomber has associations with a white nationalists or extremists group that makes hefty donations annually to the crooked politicians , police dept. and / or some other ” privileged” organization or group. So that he can nefariously carry out his demented plans without any problems.

    • @Honako Green But thats the thing. In the case of Briana, even if the cops lied to the judge to get the warrant, they didnt find anything wrong. Except one bullet that went thru a wall. But everything else was OK.

      Lying to the judge, getting a warrant under false pretense, using no knock warrant when not justified, not checking if the guy hasnt been arrested since, shooting multiple rounds in the dark, and killing someone. All that was legal. But wooden fence in broad daylight? Nothing they can do.

      Unless they got a call from the neighbor about someone in a hoodie looking suspicious. Then all the sudden they can jump over 6 foot fence and gun you down in your own backyard because you had a cellphone. And again, perfectly legal.

      But GF called about making bombs … what you gonna do? There’s a 4 foot wooden fence. Lets never come back ever again.

  12. Adian Chowdhury | December 30, 2020 at 8:31 PM | Reply

    They can’t get a search warrant for someone potentially crafting a dangerous explosive, yet they can get a warrant to barge in on a researcher trying to deliver accurate covid data.

  13. Mary Evelyn Forte | December 30, 2020 at 8:37 PM | Reply

    Saying “hindsight is 2020” is inappropriate. He should have stated, “we are reviewing the facts and working within the department and community to help prevent further threats and incidents”.

  14. “Could anything else have been done”? Well, I don’t think so. We knocked and he didn’t answer, so we just stopped looking at him.

  15. Brandon Taylor | December 30, 2020 at 8:51 PM | Reply

    Wierd……we live in a world where a kid gets gunned down for playing outside with a toy gun but a man who’s a known risk/danger is given free reign to endanger the lives and property of hundreds of people.

  16. Funny how the nashville police never had a record of this until it was leaked by the media.

  17. Girlfriend being ignored is one thing, but when the lawyer calls, you have to be utterly incompetent not to get inside the RV and then keep tubs on this guy.

  18. Theresa Fuller | December 30, 2020 at 9:18 PM | Reply

    What’s the hell wrong the Police could locked him up with the problem and got him some help information could become more awareness

  19. Complaints of white man building bombs.

    Police: “Welp no one’s home, we tried.”

    Complaints of black man loitering.

    Police: “We had to, kill him he was resisting.”

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.