A Pizza Robbery and Shooting in New Brunswick, New Jersey

This article will go over two events in New Brunswick, New Jersey. A pizza robbery as well as a shooting. A man from South Brunswick has been charged for a Pizza robbery in Quincy Circle at New Brunswick, New Jersey. His name was Parush Wood he was 21 years old when he was arrested. He goes by the street names “Pistol” and “P gun” He was charged with robbery as the crew leader involved in this incident. This was according to the police.

 

In 2013, on Tuesday May 7, a delivery man went to a residence in Quincy Circle in the N building. The resident told the man he didn’t order pizza. But as the delivery man went back to his vehicle something happened. Three male suspects went to the delivery man and told him the pizza belonged to them.

 

Then something scary happened. When the delivery man went to go get the pizza one of the three suspects had produced a handgun. They then demanded him money. After that they stole the pizza, money and wallet before they escaped the scene to a parking lot close by. Finally, they escaped in a minivan that was an older model dark one.

 

Ron Seaman led the investigation. He collected cell phone site information around the area and time of the robbery. Wood the suspect from the police was connected to the location. Since then he is now on a $100,000 bail in the Middlesex County Correction Center. The Police Departments of South River and New Brunswick were also involved in assisting the investigation. Police say it is ongoing with more arrests anticipated.

 

In other events, in October 7, 2015 there was a shooting that was reported in the New Brunswick Apartments, in New Jersey. This was also located in Quincy Circle. The shooting reported that one person at least was injured. The apartment is a popular place for robberies that happen from time to time. The person responsible for this crime was a gangster who committed about four shooting. The one who was injured was driven to the hospital. People actually think the one who drove the victim to the hospital was the suspect. When the police went back to the hospital they continued the investigation because they found more bullets. The captain of this crime said it was popular in these situations.