The Quincy Pizza Robbery
On May 7, 2013, 21-year-old Parysh Wood, who also goes by the nickname “Pistol” and “P Gun”, was arrested and charged with robbery of the incident. Police say he was the leader of a gang who robbed a pizza delivery man in New Brunswick, NJ.
On November 30th, at 9:30 pm, the pizza delivery man was sent an order from a residence in the N building of the complex on Quincy Circle. As the delivery man approached the resident, he was told that no pizza was ordered. After he walked back to his vehicle to put the pizza back, three male suspects approached him from behind and stated that the pizza was for them.
While the delivery man went back into the vehicle to get the pizza again, one of the male suspects proceeded to take out a handgun and put it to the delivery man’s head. After demanding money, the suspects stole the wallet, pizza, and money from the delivery man and fled the scene in an older model dark-colored minivan.
After an investigation was done by Det. Ron Seaman and the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, they discovered Mr. Wood’s cell phone site information around the time and area of the robbery. According to the police, he is currently staying in the Middlesex Counter Correction Center with a $100,000 bail.
The Quincy Shooting
Another incident occurred on Oct 7, 2015, that involved a shooting at the New Brunswick Apartments in New Jersey. As a result, one person was injured and taken to the nearest hospital in a private vehicle. While investigating, the police found bullet shells at the scene the following day of the shooting.
Apparently, the New Brunswick Apartments had recently become a crime hotspot. On October 5th, at 9:30 pm, three or four shots were also heard. The police had also responded to a shooting on 33 Commercial Avenue. While the police investigate the case, the identity of the suspect and the victim are being held because charges could be filed.