Wisconsin parade news – latest: Darrell Brooks ‘wanted to hit as many people as


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Darrell Brooks appears in court following Wisconsin parade attack

Darrell Brooks was trying to strike “as many people as possible” when he raced his car through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday, authorities said in a criminal complaint.

The complaint filed on Tuesday describes Mr Brooks as having “no emotion” when he drove down the parade route, killing six people and wounding at least 47 others. Moments earlier, he was said to have fled from police responding to a call about a domestic dispute between him and another person.

Prosecutors plan to charge the 39-year-old with six counts of first-degree intentional homicide. He is being held on $5m bail.

More than $1.5m has been raised to support victims of the attack and their families. The six people killed are: Tamara Durand, Jane Kulich, Wilhelm Hospel, Leanna Owen, Virginia “Ginny” Sorenson, and Jackson Sparks.

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Brooks ‘polite’ to man who let him into his house

Daniel Rider let Darrell Brooks into his house to warm himself up before letting Brooks use the phone to call an Uber.

According to Mr Rider, he was unaware about the tragedy which had unfolded in Waukesha, Wisconsin, leaving six dead and more than 40 injured.

Describing his interaction with Brooks, Mr Rider said that he was “polite” to him the entire time he was at his home.

Mr Rider explained: “He even thanked me and said, ‘Thank you for showing me so much love here, man. Appreciate you warming me up,” reported The Sun.

However, Mr Rider went on to explain that Mr Brooks became increasingly aggressive, pounding on his door and asking to be let back in as he had apparently forgotten his ID.

Eleanor Sly25 November 2021 09:21


People gather at Waukesha memorial to remember victims




Eleanor Sly25 November 2021 08:50


Darrell Brooks had a history of domestic violence we should have taken seriously

Darrell Brooks — the man charged with driving his Ford SUV into a Christmas parade in Wisconsin with no clear motivation and killed six people — had a documented history of domestic violence.

He was a registered sex offender and, according to court documents, was out on bond for charges related to domestic abuse when the Waukesha tragedy happened.

He allegedly ran over a woman who says she is the mother of his child with his car.

Writes Kathleen N. Walsh:

Eleanor Sly25 November 2021 08:25


Brooks bail fundraiser removed from GoFundMe

The crowdfunding platform, GoFundMe, has removed a fundraiser which was created for Darrell Brooks in an effort to raise the $5 million required for his bail.

The fundraiser was removed from the platform because it violated the GoFundMe terms of service, FOX Business reported.

According to FOX Business a spokesperson for GoFundMe said: “Fundraisers with misuse are very rare, and we take all complaints very seriously. Our team works with law enforcement to report issues and assists them in any investigations they deem necessary.”

Eleanor Sly25 November 2021 08:03


Brooks had previously run over a woman at start of November

Darrell Brooks, the man accused of driving his SUV into a Wisconsin Christmas parade was a registered sex offender in Nevada.

As well as this, he had an active arrest warrant in that state, according to court records.

Court documents revealed that he allegedly ran over a woman who said that she is the mother of his child, earlier this month.

On 2nd November, Brookes is said to have run over the woman in his car whilst she was walking through the car park of a gas station.

The woman told authorities that she was the mother of his child, according to a criminal complaint.

Eleanor Sly25 November 2021 07:44


Rockford beefs up security, shuts down roads for parade

In the wake of the deadly incident, officials in Rockford are beefing up their security for the Stroll on State parade, which will be held this Saturday.

There will be more barricades placed at the perimeter of the event to keep any unauthorized vehicles from getting onto the parade route and festival grounds.

Authorities in Rockford will shut down Chestnut Street west of the Rock River and Walnut Street east of the river for vehicular traffic from 10.30 am until 9 pm on Saturday. An emergency lane will be created by security barricades between Church and North Second streets.

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar25 November 2021 06:48


Three injured children go home from hospital as 10 remain under care of doctors

ICYMI: Three children injured in the Wisconsin Christmas parade attack will be at home for Thanksgiving after being released from hospital.

That leaves 10 children still in hospital care, with five in critical condition, two in fair condition and three in good condition, according to to Children’s Wisconsin hospital.

“We are thankful to share that three more kids…

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