25 September 2021
The U.S. Attorney says that Anthony Quinn Warner is the Nashville bomber, he died at the bomb site
Roanoke Police have released additional information on Saturday night's incident at Valley View Mall. When police arrived, they found an individual who had been shot
Fire rescue crews investigate train derailment on General Mills Drive in south Murfreesboro.
Sipos said he was at Church Street rounding to 1st Avenue when he felt a push and was thrown into the trunk of his patrol vehicle. "I turned around to see a very orange sky and a lot of smoke." He ran back towards 2nd Avenue to check on fellow officers & help evacuate residents
This morning the @MNPDNashville officers who warned people to get out of the area Christmas morning are sharing what happened in the minutes and seconds before the explosion. Our personnel where on scene within minutes to help out brothers and sisters in blue
The two officers immediately called for backup and asked other officers to block off Second Avenue. They immediately began knocking on doors. They used patrol vehicles to block off the area. About five minutes later, a timer countdown began. All the shades were down in the RV
Nashville Fire Chief Swann says AT&T expecting services to be back up and running at full capacity by the end of the day. Fourth and Fifth avenues down to Broadway will be reopen this morning
The officers who worked to evacuate 2nd Avenue Fri morning in the minutes prior to the explosion will speak with media at approximately 9:30 a.m. CST at 2nd Ave & Korean Veterans Blvd
Knoxville Police Department is investigating after a person died after a shooting at Billiards and Brews overnight
FBI suspect, 63 y.o 'Anthony Warren' died in the blast, making it the first suicide car bombing on USA soil since 1927. He was allegedly motivated by 5G conspiracy theories to attack AT&T.
FBI believes person of interest, 63 y.o 'Anthony Q. Warren' died in the blast, making it the first suicide car bombing on U.S. soil since 1927. He was allegedly motivated by 5G conspiracy theories to attack AT&T. Some more aftermath shots of the scene of the blast
@WSMV Investigates has confirmed FBI agents spent the days at another location today besides searching the home of Anthony Warner, pursuing tips that he was paranoid about 5g spying on Americans
Google Street Map View stroll down Bakertown Road in Antioch, where the FBI have been investigating this morning. Right on the street view image from May 2019, an RV that looks exactly like the one used
Special Agent in Charge Doug Korneski stated "there are a number of individuals we are looking at" and confirmed there is currently activity in the area of Bakertown Road in Antioch, Tennessee
Authorities with the FBI, ATF and the Metro Nashville Police Department converged in the 100 block of Bakertown Road in Antioch just after noon on Saturday
CBS News reports a law enforcement source said one theory investigators are looking at, regarding the Nashville Christmas Day explosion, is the possibility that AT&T may have been the target or some other building or infrastructure in the area of the explosion
FBI: "No other explosive devices were discovered," says FBI Agent Doug Korneski, who says more than 250 employees are currently on investigation
FBI Special Agent Doug Korenski reiterates that no additional explosive devices were discovered yesterday and doesn't feel there's an ongoing threat to the city
FBI, ATF and Nashville police are searching a home in Antioch, south of the city, in connection with the bombing
The old U.S. Pipe & Foundry building on Chestnut Street was heavily damaged in an early Saturday morning fire. See more photos and information here:
Suspect in Nashville Christmas Day bombing is a 63-year-old with an Antioch address.
FBI public affairs officer Darrell DeBusk said information developed during the course of the investigation led law enforcement to this home on Bakertown Road in Antioch
@jeffpeguescbs reports for CBS News: Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, is the person of interest in the Nashville Christmas Day explosion. At least 2 tips were called in to @FBI about Warner, prior to the explosion. Quinn is a Nashville area resident
Local and federal agents are here at a home for "court authorized activity" in the 100 block of Bakertown Road, an FBI spokesman here told. Neighbors said an RV similar to the one in the explosion was parked at the home within the last 2 weeks
"The damage is shocking and it is a miracle that no residents were killed," said Tennessee Governor Bill Lee after touring the Nashville bomb blast site
Chattanooga police have arrested a suspect in a residential shooting of a man known to him on Christmas Day
Police have person of interest in custody R/T Nashville explosion. ;FBI investigating whether the bomber tried to target policemen. They were called to the area a short time before the explosion. Upon arrival, an RV was playing a recording—claiming it would explode
A law enforcement source told CBS News a person of interest has been identified in connection to the Christmas morning explosion in Nashville. The person is connected to the RV that exploded.
FAA declares skies around Nashville bombing site as 'National Defense Airspace'
Nashville explosion: Police, FBI hunt for bomber, more than $300G raised to find suspect
Here is a look at 2nd Avenue this morning. @MNPDNashville has the area blocked off for safety. At least 41 buildings are damaged
Human remains found near downtown Nashville explosion. "We have found tissue that we believe could be remains," Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake said.
Metro Nashville Police Chief says 6 officers saved lives in Friday's explosion
Photos show extensive damage in downtown Nashville following a vehicle explosion that authorities believe to have been an intentional act. No significant injuries have been reported, and the FBI is taking the lead on the investigation
TBI continues investigation in Oakland officer-involved shooting, person dead identified
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