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44-year-old Sean Connor, the owner of Nashville’s Liberty Tax and front-man of The Southern Gothic, was attempting to fly out of the country Monday night when agents from Customs & Border Patrol at the Nashville International Airport were alerted of an active warrant for his arrest, out of Manatee County, Florida. They confirmed the warrant was extraditable and placed him into custody. Connor’s attorney was able to get his bond reduced to $5,000, which he posted in cash and avoided extradition to Florida.
Sean Connor of Campbel Street in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on May 22, held on a fugitive from justice warrant out of Florida. His law was able to get a bond reduction motion and he was released on a $5,000 cash bond, avoiding immediate extradition to Florida.