The bomber may have been paranoid about the technology's debunked roles in spying or in spreading the coronavirus, according to local media reports.
Christmas day explosion wounded three people and damaged dozens of businesses, including an AT&T switching centre.
"We can tell you Anthony Warner is the man believed to be responsible for this horrible crime," a police official said.
A report shows authorities were aware of Anthony Warner a year before the Christmas Day blast.
Nashville was startled awake Christmas morning by the sound of a large explosion downtown that is still being investigated.
Officers visited the home of Anthony Warner after his girlfriend said he was producing explosives in his R.V., according to a police report. They said then that there was no evidence of a ...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — An explosion shook the largely deserted streets of downtown Nashville early Christmas morning, shattering windows, damaging buildings and wounding three people. ...
The Metro Nashville Police Department says authorities believe an explosion that rocked the downtown Nashville area early on Christmas Day was a deliberate act
Nashville police said the Christmas morning explosion, which shattered glass and damaged buildings, was believed to be "an intentional act."
A Christmas morning explosion that rocked downtown Nashville, injuring at least three people and damaging dozens of buildings, is believed to be an intentional act, authorities said.
Law enforcement and intelligence agencies warned in May about escalating threats targeting 5G communications infrastructure, a possible motive now being considered by investigators looking ...
Authorities searched the home of Anthony Quinn Warner Saturday.
In August of 2019, a girlfriend of Anthony Quinn Warner told Nashville police that she suspected Warner “was building bombs in the RV trailer at his residence.” The woman was then taken by ...
Nashville's mayor said it appears the target of the blast was not people but infrastructure, given the explosion occurred outside an AT&T facility.
FBI agents who spoke with INSIDER said the president's sharing of baseless conspiracy theories isn't just irresponsible but also dangerous.
Three suffer non-critical injuries as structural damage reported from explosion linked to parked RV occurred after warning call on Christmas Day