The Shooting of a Pizza Delivery Man in New Brunswick

In 2013, residents of New Brunswick woke up to the sad news of a pizza delivery man’s shooting. Parysh Wood, a 21 year old black man has now been charged with shooting the pizza delivery man. The series of events is dated to November 30th, 2012. Recalling these events, residents narrate what took place when a pizza delivery man was called for a delivery at the Quincy Circle.

 

Denial

 

According to a statement issued by the resident, there was no pizza order. The deliveryman was seen when the resident who allegedly placed the order was walking to his car. In the same scene, three men appeared to convince the pizza delivery guy that the order was meant to be delivered at their place. Unconscious of any precariousness within the vicinity, the pizza delivery guy is reluctant. His innocence does not allow his cognitive ability to sense any danger because to him, it is business as usual. The pizza delivery guy walks back to his car for the package. Suddenly, there is a twist of events that end up running into history books.

 

Events

 

Walking to the car to grab pizza, a suspect dispenses a handgun, pointing it to the delivery guy’s head. Snatching away his wallet, pizza and bag, the suspect flees to a parking lot in the neighborhood. According to some eye witnesses, the suspects walked into an old car featuring dark tinted windows. The lead investigator of the case, Mr. Ron Seaman came up with conclusive findings on the robbery stating that Wood was the first suspect linked to the robbery. Having concrete evidence against him, it was projected that Wood was highly associated with the case.

 

Detention

 

Presently, Wood is in Middlesex County Correction Facility. He has been granted cash bail of $ 100,000. According to Hayducka, the chief facilitator, the society is dominated by gun violence but the police department is always hands on in dealing with such cases. Equipped with high-tech resources to find evidence and link the suspects to the case, Hayducka stated that the case was resolved within the first four months of the crime. Even with the challenges, the investigators did not give up. With the onset of technology as the major channels for not only communication but also research findings, criminals are inclined to leave a trace of evidence. That is what the Wood left behind during the Quincy pizza delivery man shooting.