The case was later closed as unfounded.
According to The Tennessean, an NMPD report from August 2019 said that Warner's girlfriend told officers that he "was building bombs in the RV trailer at his residence", and the department passed that information along to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Mr. Throckmorton, the officer wrote, "stated that he believes that the suspect [Warner] knows what he is doing and is capable of making a bomb". The girlfriend of the man who carried out the attack says she warned police in August of previous year that he was making bombs in his RV.
According to a statement from police officials, Throckmorton told the police that he also represented Warner and later said that he would "not allow his client to permit a visual inspection of the RV".
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It states "Police observed that there was an RV trailer in the backyard but the yard was fenced off and police could not see inside the RV".
The report said there were "several security cameras and wires attached to an alarm sign on the front door" of the home. "I don't think you want me to put out a report and then stand here and say, 'I don't have any further information, I can't give you any more'". "And to find that out now". But neither local or federal authorities were able to search the vehicle.
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And no additional information came to the department's attention after August 2019. When asked what he thought the department could have done differently, Drake acknowledged that officers could have done more follow-up, but even then, he argued that they didn't have much to go on.
The report also said attorney Raymond Throckmorton told officers that day that he represented Warner and told officers Warner "frequently talks about the military and bomb making", the police report said. He claims that he is the one who brought the matter to their notice and wanted them to check out what was going on. Regardless of who's telling the truth, the Nashville Bombing was a year and a half away and the investigation into Warner's alleged illegal activities stopped there.
"If somebody had checked Tony out and gotten him the help that he needed this would never have happened", Throckmorton said.
The day after Friday's bombing, the FBI, ATF, and MNPD raided Warner's home. In the house, the officers found two dead women and two dead men, including a 49-year-old man who shot himself, he said. They determined she was in need of psychological evaluation and she voluntarily went with an NFD ambulance for that goal. But they did not make contact with him, or see inside his RV. That included a search done of Department of Defense records as well. Drake stood by the actions of his officers back in August 2019, however.
The lawyer and police told the Tennessean that Ms Perry was having mental health issues at the time and that after discussions she had agreed to be taken to hospital for a psychiatric assessment.
We now know that in August 2019, Metro Nashville Police officers stood at the door of the man who would one day terrorize the city. "The ATF [Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives] also had no information on him".