Residents of the Quincy area have witnessed two shocking crimes involving shootings. One involved shooting of a pizza delivery man and another shooting happened near the Garden Apartment Complex
The Quincy Pizza Robbery Shooting
In 2013 May 7, an incidence happened when a pizza delivery man was shot when doing a delivery. The shooting occurred at the Northern building in Quincy Circle, Dayton Section, South Brunswick.
The man was delivering the pizza at 9.30 am to the building which has more than 200 units. However, he was told by the resident that no one had made the Pizza order. As he was going back to his delivery van, three gunmen confronted him. They robbed his money, his wallet, and the pizza. According to the eyewitness, one gunman shot him and they drove off using an old dark minivan from the parking lot.
The policemen attached Police Department of New Brunswick and South River led by Ron Seaman did their investigation. The police collected the cell phone information during the time of the shooting. An ordinary street guy named Parysh Wood was arrested connecting him to the incidence.
At the time of his arresting, Wood, nicknamed ‘Pistol’ was 21 years old. Since then Wood is being held at Middlesex County Correction Centre on a bail of $100,000.
The suspect was charged with giving wrong information, obstruction of justice and robbery. Also, he was charged with unlawful possession of the weapon.
Shooting at New Brunswick
Another shooting occurrence was reported in the Quincy area on October 7, 2015. The incidence happened at New Brunswick Apartment, New Jersey.
According to the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) spokesman, Captain JT Miller, the police had responded to a shooting that occurred at 9.30 pm in the area of 33 Commercial Avenue. The event that shocked the resident in the area happened near the building number one of the Garden Apartment Complex. This is not the first time such an incidence has happened in the vicinity.
According to the resident, around four shots were fired. One person was injured during the shooting and taken to the hospital using a private car.
According to the police, the shooting suspect was a man wearing a hoodie. The suspect took flight towards Neilsen Street. The police were rallied to the complex the following day after another bullet casing was found near the apartments.