Police Pizza Investigation-Brunswick NJ

For the past few years Brunswick, NJ has been experiencing a rise in robbery and criminal acts even in bright daylight. The recent theft occurred when a man robbed another man delivering pizza. The South Brunswick police department was called and informed of a young man who had shot the pizza delivery man. It was so unfortunate that the young criminal was only 21 at the time. Parysh Wood is a gunman who is known to many and has a street name which most of his colleagues know. He is known as “P gun” or “Pistol.” Parysh was not alone during the incident, but according to the police, the 21-year-old man was arrested because he was the leader of the gang.

The sad incidence occurred on November 30, 2012, when the pizza man was on his usual duty of pizza delivery on Quincy Circle in N building. According to reports at the arrival at the building, the residents informed the man that no one had ordered pizza, so he began walking towards the parking where he had his vehicle. That is when three men approached him from behind and told the pizza man that they had ordered the pizza. Further reports said that when the am was going to get the young men the pizza that is when they pointed him to a guy ordered him to give them his wallet and even ran away with the pizza. According to reports provided by eyewitness, the group of the gang then ran to the nearby parking lot before escaping using a dark-colored minivan.

The Middlesex County Prosecutor together with Det. Ron Seaman carried out the investigation, and they went further to get information from the mobile phone on as when the robbery occurred. According to the investigations reports, Mr. Woods was linked to the theft. He was arrested and locked in the Middlesex County correctional facility before obtaining cash bail of $100000. Chief Raymond Hayducka said that the criminal cases are reducing and when they occur they quickly act to them. The pizza case did not take long to be solved as the investigators did not give up and with the help of the digital systems it was easy to arrest the suspects. Raymond said that robbers and other criminals leave their footprints making it easy for investigators to find and capture them. The police department in Brunswick NJ and South Police came together to help with the investigation