The Quincy Circle Armed Robbery at Pizza Shop

In South Brunswick, NJ on the night of May 7th 2013 in the parking lot at Quincy Circle, an armed robbery occurred involving a pizza delivery guy. The victim said a armed man approached him demanding his pizza and money. The suspect was identified as Parysh Wood, 21 who also goes by the nick names “Pistol” and “P-Gun”. Police were able to connect Parysh Wood to the crime using cell phone records. “This case was solved four months after the crime because investigators did not give up” Said Chief Raymond Hayducka. “In this digital age, many criminals leave a footprint, which we just need to find”, said Hayducka. Having already being incarcerated for other armed robberies involving pizza deliver guys, according to Jim Ryan of the South Brunswick Police Department. He is now being held at county jail on $100,000 bail

In South Brunswick, NJ on the night of October 7th police received calls about shots going off in the New Brunswick Apartments on Commercial Ave. This complex has been a hot spot for crime in the recent years Police confirmed one individual was injured and was quickly rushed to the hospital in a private vehicle. According to police radio the vehicle was a dark-colored Honda. Police are still looking for the suspect who was known to be a man wearing a hoodie. The suspect had fled towards Neilson St. after firing shots. New Brunswick Police Department also found bullet castings near building #1 in the complex the following day.


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