A Parsippany man who allegedly threatened to infect a woman with the AIDS virus during a Mount Olive carjacking attempt in September was indicted this week.
Andrew Sichko, 36, was indicted by a Morris County grand jury on two counts of robbery, two counts of carjacking, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and hindering apprehension by allegedly dropping a syringe down an elevator shaft at the Days Inn motel in Mount Olive, according to the Daily Record.
Sichko threatened and grabbed the woman, “telling her to drive or he would kill her,” according to the Mt. Olive police report.
The woman told officers Sichko said he had a knife and "would use it if she did not do what he said,” the report stated. But when she began to yell for help, Sichko jumped out of the vehicle and ran behind a nearby hotel, police said.
The woman provided officers a description of the carjacker and Sichko's "personal belongings" were found inside the woman's car that led to his identification, police said.
Officers then found Sichko and he was "positively identified" as the carjacker, police said.