- Associated Press - Sunday, February 9, 2014

ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) - Prosecutors say a northern New Jersey man has been indicted on multiple charges of stockpiling weapons and explosives in his home.

A Union County grand jury also included drug charges in the indictment it recently handed up against 27-year-old Travis Dulk of Roselle Park.

The charges stem from a traffic stop last May in Roselle Park. Officers allegedly found a .380 Ruger pistol loaded with hollow-point bullets, and a second magazine also containing hollow-point bullets, along with various prescription drugs.

Dulk was a passenger in the car. A subsequent search of his apartment allegedly uncovered more weapons and ammunition, along with other dangerous items.

Dulk could face a lengthy state prison term if he’s convicted on all counts. He could not be reached for comment Sunday.

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