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Moments before he was apprehended, the guy who police say rammed into a gathering of people in Wisconsin fled to an unknowing neighbor for assistance.
This was all caught on camera and Darrell Brooks Jr. was seen on a doorbell camera. He was less than a mile from where he allegedly ran down parade-goers in his Ford Escape. Brooks can be seen knocking on the door and crying for assistance, claiming he’d ordered an Uber that hadn’t arrived and requesting to use the homeowner’s phone.
Surprisingly, the neighbor, Daniel Rider, acted as a Good Samaritan, welcoming the man inside, making him a meal, providing him with a blanket, and allowing him to call his personal cell phone.
Rider had told News that he became nervous after hearing what had just happened down the street and asked Brooks to leave,
He said Brooks leaves and waited on the front porch, and when he noticed the cops approaching, he attempted to return to his house.
But he was caught and detained after the authorities swooped in and told him to put his hands up.
Brooks has been charged with a number of offenses, including five counts of deliberate homicide, with more charges pending. When he allegedly drove through parade barricades and ran people over, he was purportedly escaping a different domestic dispute.
He’d just gotten out of jail for a different matter he’d been dealing with earlier this month.