On 3/2/2018, the East Lampeter Township Police Department responded to a residence in the 2500 block of Old Philadelphia Pike for a report of a male threatening to harm himself and others with a shotgun. The suspect left in a green Jeep. Upon arrival, the witness stated that the suspect, Philip BURDZY-KLAUS, 30, of Lititz, pointed a shotgun at him and demanded that he tell him "what is going on". BURDZY-KLAUS later left the residence. An apparent explosive device was observed in the suspect's bedroom a short while later. While officers were still on scene, BURDZY-KLAUS returned and was placed under arrest. the Pennsylvania State Police Explosive Disposal Unit responded to inspect the device which was determined to be a facsimile. BURDZY-KLAUS was arrested for(1) count Facsimile Weapon of Mass Destruction (F-3), (1) count Simple Assault (M-2), (4) counts Recklessly Endangering Another Person (M-2) and (1) count Terroristic Threat. He was transported to Lancaster County Prison for arraignment on 3/3/2018 and was committed to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $1,000,000.00 bail.