In an interesting turn of events, The city of New Brunswick, Massachusetts has successfully utilized cell phone technology, to apprehend a repeat criminal. Authorities of the Middlesex County Jail, were notified that one of their incarcerated felons was also to be charged with an additional crime, for yet another of a string of armed robberies of pizza delivery drivers.
Investigators allege, that one Parysh Wood and an accomplish named Justina Hampton, set out to rob a pizza delivery driver of money and food. Mr. Parysh Wood also has other aliases, such as “P-Gun” and “Pistol”, indicating that he is known for using a firearm. Police Sergeant Jim Ryan, who is of the South Brunswick Police Department, also located in Massachusetts, alleges that the digital data that was provided by the cell phone companies in the area, were utilized to discern that indeed, Mr. Wood was in the area at the time of the crime, and he is known for committing such acts of violence against pizza delivery drivers.
The latest charge to be added to Parysh Wood’s lengthy record, happened on the night of November 30th, around 9:30 P.M. A pizza was ordered to an address and when the pizza driver arrived, the resident of the address informed the pizza driver that no pizza had been ordered. As the driver returned to the delivery truck, Mr. Wood and others appeared on the street, claiming that they were the ones who ordered the pizza.
Combined, the South Brunswick police and the Prosecutor’s Office of Middlesex Massachusetts, obtained the information related to Mr. Parysh Wood’s cell data.
The Police Chief, Raymond Hayducka stated that “This case was solved” and continued to give the reason as to why, being “investigators did not give up”. Police Chief Hayducka also divulged, that the technological advances of today’s modern world leaves criminals with very little ability to hide their illegal behavior from the authorities. Sergeant Ryan strongly believes that many more arrests will occur in direct connection to those robberies of several pizza delivery drivers, as the investigation for these action is currently active.