Police have taken a suspect into custody.
Dozens of people were injured, including children, after an S.U.V. tore through the Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wis.
The man accused of careening his SUV into a Wisconsin parade was a registered sex offender in Nevada and had an active arrest warrant there, court records show. He also stopped in a stranger's home after the deadly parade tragedy.
Six people ranging in age from the elderly to a child have died in the Waukesha Christmas parade incident from Sunday.
Waukesha Police Chief Daniel Thompson announced that the man who drove through a Christmas parade is being referred for five counts of first-degree intentional homicide as well as other charges, and read the names of several of the victims who lost their lives.
Five adults died in Waukesha, Wis., and at least 10 children were in intensive care. Three were members of a Milwaukee dance troupe, which celebrated grandmothers.
Authorities in Wisconsin have identified the driver of a red SUV who they say intentionally drove his SUV through barricades and into a crowd celebrating the Waukesha Christmas parade.
Darrell E. Brooks, 39, of Milwaukee has been identified as the suspect who drove an SUV through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He's facing five counts of intentional homicide. CNN's Adrienne Broaddus reports.
In an unearthed video, a man who appears to be the same man responsible for the Christmas parade massacre admitted to another awful crime.
The horrific parade incident isn't the first time the suspect has been accused of running over someone with his vehicle.
The suspect charged with murdering five Americans in Wisconsin during a Christmas parade is also a registered sex offender, records reveal.
AOC promoted bail reform efforts just one day after the Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade, where the suspect was released on $1000 bond.
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