The police believe that the man who broke into the crowd in Wisconsin actually went to an unsuspecting neighbor to ask for help, just a few minutes before he was arrested-it’s all in the video.
Darrell Brooks He was photographed by a doorbell camera in his home less than a mile away from where he allegedly used his Ford Escape to sweep the marchers. In the video, you see Brooks knocking on the door for help, saying that he ordered an Uber that didn’t show up-and asked to use the homeowner’s phone.
Crazy enough, neighbor, Daniel Ryder, Actually has an obligation…play a good Samaritan and invite that person in, make him a sandwich, give him a blanket, and let him call in his private cell.
However, shortly after, Rider said that he saw a police car outside.
Ryder knew nothing about what had just happened on the street. He told NBC News that he started to feel nervous and asked Brooks to leave. He did…somewhat. Brooks stayed on the front porch, and when he saw the police nearby-he tried to return to Ryder’s home.
It didn’t work for him… the police suddenly rushed in and told Brooks to raise his hands, and he was arrested.
Brooks has since been indicted on multiple counts…including 5 counts of intentional homicide, and many more outstanding counts. It is said that when he drove through the parade roadblock and ran over people, he was actually fleeing a separate domestic riot.
He was recently released from prison for another case that was being processed earlier this month.