FLEMINGTON, NJ – A Roselle man accused of drug and weapons offenses was found guilty on three counts, according to a statement released today by Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns III.

Pascal Exilus, 33, of Roselle, was arrested by Flemington police in November, 2015 after a motor vehicle stop on Route 31. Raritan Township police and the Prosecutor’s Office assisted in the investigation and arrest.

Exilus was found guilty of unlawful possession of a handgun and certain persons not to possess a weapon - both second-degree crimes -  and possession of a controlled dangerous substance (cocaine), which is a third-degree crime.

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Exilus was indicted by a Grand Jury in February.

The week long jury trial was presided over by the Hon. Angela Borkowski. Exilus will be held in Somerset County Jail as he awaits his sentencing, which is scheduled for April 28.