NBC10 Philadelphia - Terry Ruggles
John Grzyminski was arrested Thursday for explosive devices found in his home in Warrington Township, Bucks County said police. According to investigators Gryzyminski's mother found a suspicious device in their home on Wednesday and called the police. NBC10's Terry Ruggles talked to Grzyminski and one of his neighbors.
The man police want to talk to about pipe bombs found in a Bucks County home has turned himself in to police.
"I ain't no terrorist," Grzyminski said. He told our reporter that he used the pipe bombs in the woods, for hunting.
Grzyminski was wanted for eluding police after three pipe bombs were discovered in the home he shares with his mother in Warrington Township, Bucks County on Wednesday afternoon.
Investigators tell NBC10 Gryzyminski's mother found a suspicious device in the kitchen of her home and called police.
Warrington Police, the Philadelphia Bomb Squad and ATF agents arrived and detonated that pipe bomb, plus two more they found. The bombs were then sent to a lab in Washington, D.C.
Investigators did remove other items from inside the home, which belongs to the suspect's mother, including several riffles.
The bomb discovery forced the evacuation of several homes along Saddle Driver near Carriage Way around 4:30 p.m.
"It's really scary, you think you live in a safe neighborhood," a neighbor tells NBC10.
The suspect turned himself in to Buckingham Police just before noon Thursday.
Gryzminski is facing multiple charges including possessing or manufacturing weapons of mass destruction, risking a catastrophe, posession of an instrument of crime and recklessly endangering another.