Report – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A man who authorities said was responsible for the Christmas Day bombings in downtown Nashville reportedly handed over two homes in Tennessee to an entertainment manager in Los Angeles.

According to federal investigators, 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner was solely responsible for the bombing, which originated from an RV parked downtown and occurred at 6:40 a.m. Nashville time on Friday morning.

The explosion damaged an AT&T building and affected cell phone service and police-hospital communications in several southern states.

NASHVILLE, TN – DECEMBER 25: Windows are blown out of a shop on Church St after an explosion on December 25, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. According to initial reports, a vehicle exploded in the city center in the early hours of the morning. (Photo by Thaddaeus McAdams / Getty Images)

FBI officials said Sunday they believe they died in the bombing and there was no evidence that anyone else was involved in the crime.

A report in the Daily Mail late Saturday showed that Warner had transferred a home worth $ 249,000 to 29-year-old Michelle Swing in January 2019, followed by a second home worth $ 160,000 last month was transferred to Swing.

Swing – currently head of artist development at AEG Presents – has transferred the first house to someone else, according to the Daily Mail.

The second house was searched by FBI agents on Saturday as part of the investigation into the bombing.

In a quote from the Daily Mail attributed to Swing, she was unaware of the broadcast.

“In the state of Tennessee, you can transfer property to someone else without their consent, signature, or anything,” Swing told the newspaper. “I didn’t even buy the house, he just gave it to me without my knowledge. It’s all very strange to me, that’s about all I can say. “

Swing, a former StubHub manager, is reportedly a graduate of the University of Tennessee and previously had an address in Lenoir City, Tennessee.

A spokeswoman for the FBI’s Memphis office told City News Service that the agency would not comment on an ongoing investigation.

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