Crime at The Quincy in South Brunswick

South Brunswick, New Jersey police charged Parysh Wood, 21, with armed robbery, which involved a pizza delivery man on May 7, 2013. The pizza delivery man had gone to a residence, to make his delivery in the N building on a Quincy Circle complex. When the pizza delivery man arrived at the aforementioned residence he was made aware that no one had ordered the pizza, he, as a result, began walking back to his vehicle.


At which point, he was approached from behind by three male suspects who claimed the pizza was in fact for them. After having walked back to the delivery vehicle, one of the three (suspects) produced a gun and put it against the delivery man’s head, and demanded that he give them money, Brunswick police said. The three suspects managed to get away with the pizza, the victim’s (delivery man) wallet and money. The three suspects left the scene, at once, in a dark colored minivan – an older model – according to eyewitness account.


In an investigation of the case, Det Ron Seaman worked hand-in-hand with the prosecutor of Middlesex county’s office, to obtain site information/area of the cell phone at the time of the robbery, which linked Wood to the crime that occurred at the location, police said.


He was held at the Middlesex Correction Center – on $100,000 bail. The crime was solved four months after it took place because of incriminating cell phone records. The digital age has opened up new possibilities for police officers to catch criminals.


On October 7, 2015, at least one person was shot and injured at the New Brunswick Apartments, who was rushed to a nearby hospital in a private vehicle, as the police investigated the incident – one of many robbery incidents said to have taken place at the complex in recent years.

Three Book Series to Pick Up While Waiting for The Winds of Winter



George R.R. Martin is saying that Winds of Winter may come out this year. But, we have heard this before, so here is three series to check out while you wait to find out what happens to Jon, Tyrion and Dany.

  1. Dune by Frank Herbert

The Dune Series is the bestselling Science Fiction series of all time and for good reason. Frank Herbert crafted a vast universe that spans thousands of years and lightyears. The Dune universe revolves of production and acquisition of mélange or “the spice”. Similar to the ASOIF, the Dune universe features a large cast of characters loyal to various factions with their own goals and justifications. Like ASOIF, it is difficult to say who the “good guys” in these books are which makes them all the more interesting.

  1. The Dark Tower by Stephen King

The Dark Tower has been called Stephan King’s magnum opus, and from the amazing attention to detail, to the short poems contained therein, it is a must read. The Story of Roland of the Eld and his Ka-Tet is an epic story the transverses worlds, times and realities. Dark Tower’s morally ambiguous cast of characters and unforeseeable plots twists will keep you guessing and rooting for Roland to finally reach the Tower.


  1. The Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice

The story of Lestat and his Vampire Brethren has been adapted to the screen twice, but the screen does not do these stories justice. A large cast of characters, all power enemies and a backdrop of both the past and present, Rice’s Vampires will “suck” you into their world. After a number of years away from the series, Rice has started writing new additions to the series again, so you may well end up reading Winds of Winter while you wait for the upcoming sequel to Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis.