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Officials: No devices found in suspicious truck near Nashville

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Witnesses heard the motive force of a field truck enjoying audio “much like what was heard” earlier than a leisure automobile exploded in downtown Nashville on Christmas Day.

A sheriff’s workplace in Tennessee says the motive force of a field truck that was heard enjoying audio at a comfort retailer outdoors of Nashville has been booked into jail on felony expenses.

The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Workplace says members of a church and prospects on the close by market the place the white field truck was noticed Sunday morning heard the motive force enjoying audio “much like what was heard” earlier than a leisure automobile exploded in downtown Nashville on Christmas Day.

Sgt. Steve Craig says deputies have been known as to research reviews of the truck driver enjoying audio “loudly” outdoors the market, and later realized that the person was additionally accused of comparable actions outdoors a church throughout a service.

The sheriff’s workplace mentioned in an announcement that 33-year-old driver James Turgeon has been detained and charged with two counts of felony submitting a false report and one rely of tampering with proof. Officers say Turgeon acquired the proof tampering cost as a result of he “broken the speaker system wiring deliberately.”

Earlier within the day, the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Workplace mentioned on Twitter that legislation enforcement officers had shut down a piece of freeway in Wilson County, simply east of Nashville, to research the truck. 

Sheriff’s officers mentioned the truck had been enjoying the audio when it was parked at a comfort retailer round 10:30 a.m. on the Crossroads Market in Walter Hill. The motive force left the parking zone and was pulled over by deputies in close by Wilson County. Officers mentioned the motive force has been detained by legislation enforcement.

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The Tennessee Freeway Patrol mentioned a robotic was despatched to research the truck and no gadget was discovered.

Earlier than the RV blew up on Christmas Day, it blared a recorded warning calling for individuals to evacuate, after which the 1964 track “Downtown” by Petula Clark. Sheriff’s officers didn’t specify what the field truck was enjoying on Sunday that prompted them to research.

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