The Quincy Crimes in New Brunswick, NJ

The Quincy Circle located in New Brunswick, NJ, are in the development of new buildings where apartment complexes are being built. Although some areas have seen an increase in crime and numerous bank robberies, new apartment buildings are including high security for the safety of their residents. Read more:


On May 7, 2013, 21-year-old Parrish Wood was charged with armed robbery of a pizza delivery man. Parrish Wood, also known as “P Gun” and “Pistol,” was the leader of the gang involved in the robbery. The incident occurred on November 30, 2012, at Quincy Circle in a parking lot in South Brunswick, NJ, when the delivery man was trying to deliver a pizza to a residence in the building of an apartment complex on Quincy Circle. After the resident had told the delivery man that he did not order a pizza, the delivery man went back to his vehicle with the pizza. When he got to his car, he was approached by 3 male suspects who told him that the pizza was for them. As the delivery man was getting the pizza from his car, one of the suspects pulled out a gun and put it to the delivery man’s head demanding money. The 3 male suspects grabbed the pizza, the victims money, and his wallet and fled the parking lot in an older dark minivan.


Detective Ron Seaman was working the case and was able to link the location of Parrish Wood through his cell phone site information around the time and place the robbery took place. On May 7, 2013, only a few months after the robbery, Wood was arrested and convicted of several armed robberies involving pizza deliveries and is currently serving his time at the Middlesex County Correction Center on a $100,000 bail.


Another incident occurred in New Brunswick, NJ, on October 7, 2015, was reported by Captain JT Miller, spokesman for the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD), where a shooting was involved. The shooting took place in the New Brunswick Apartments where 3 or 4 shots were reportedly heard. One person was injured from a gunshot wound and was taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital by the suspect who was described as wearing a hoodie. The victim was transported in a dark colored Honda, and the suspect then fled towards Nilsen Street. The next day the police found additional bullet casings at the compound building that required further investigations.


The apartment complex is known to be a crime hotspot since there have been other crimes reported there.