New Brunswick apartments in the recent years has become a haven for crime. On May 7, 2013, an ambush led a pizza delivery man to an apartment on Quincy Circle. But when he arrived at the address the resident told him that no one ordered a pizza.
Upon hearing this, the delivery man walked back to his car. When he arrived at his car, three men approached him one of the men held a gun to his head and demanded money. One of the suspects has been identified as Parysh Wood, 21, who goes by the nickname “P-gun” and “Pistol.” According to the police report, he is thought to have been the leader of the gang of thieves.
After robbing the delivery man of his money, wallet and pizza, the three suspects ran to a nearby parking lot where they fled the scene in a dark minivan, stated an eyewitness.
Cell phone site information and extensive investigation have placed Wood at the location of the crime.
He was later housed at the Middlesex County Correction Facility and put on a $100,000 bail.
Following the pizza man robbery, an individual was wounded in a non-fatal shooting.
The victim walked into Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. According to police radio transmissions, three or four shots rang out at the New Brunswick Apartments at 9:30 pm on October 7, 2015. The complex is owned by a company based in North Quincy Massachusetts and resides on 33 Commercial Ave. Across the street from Rutgers University Police Department’s headquarters.Until further investigation of the incident, the identity of the victim is withheld. Upon fleeing the scene, the suspect was described as a man wearing a dark colored hoodie. The cops were called back to the scene after new bullet casings were found.