Cops Issue Warrant for Pipe Bomb Suspect

Police say they have spoken with John Grzyminski and that he is cooperating.

By Jackie Gailey and Kelly Bayliss
|  Thursday, May 10, 2012  |  Updated 10:29 AM EDT
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A suspected pipe bomb discovered in a Warrington Bucks County kitchen forced evacuations. Two other suspected explosive devices were also found and detonated.

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A suspected pipe bomb discovered in a Warrington Bucks County kitchen forced evacuations. Two other suspected explosive devices were also found and detonated.

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Police Seek Person Of Interest in Bucks County Pipe Bomb Incident

A person of interest is being sought by local and federal authorities after 3 pipe bombs were found in a Warrington Township home Wednesday. Warrington Police, the ATF, and Philadelphia Bomb Squad were called to a home on Saddle Drive after the owner discovered the pipe bombs in her kitchen, according to police. The bomb squad detonated the pipe bombs. Several homes were evacuated. NBC10's Claudia Rivero was on the scene Wednesday night talking to investigators and concerned neighbors.

Suspicious Device Found in Bucks County Home

Sources told NBC10's Deanna Durante that a suspicious device was found inside a home in Warrington, Bucks County on Wednesday. The device appeared to be three pipe bombs. Several homes along Carriage Way near Saddle Drive were evacuated.
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Warrington Township Police have issued an arrest warrant for a man in connection with the discovery of three pipe bombs in a Bucks County home.

Police say John Grzyminski is cooperating with authorities and is waiting for his lawyer before turning himself in.

Investigators tell NBC10 Gryzyminski's mother found one of the suspicious devices in the kitchen of her home and called police.

Warrington Police, the Philadelphia Bomb Squad and ATF agents arrived and detonated the pipe bombs. 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.

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. 

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