Doorbell video appears to show arrest of Waukesha parade suspect
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The suspect accused of mowing down a crowd of holiday revelers in Wisconsin was captured in a doorbell camera before his arrest pleading for help and telling...
a resident he was waiting for an Uber, according to video obtained Monday by NBC News.

The Nov. 21 video also shows authorities arriving at the Waukesha home and telling the suspect, Darrell Brooks, 39, to put his hands up.

It isn't clear whether the house, roughly a half-mile from the Waukesha Christmas parade route that Brooks is accused of plowing into, is where police placed him under arrest.

Doorbell camera image appears to show Waukesha suspect, Darrell Brooks, standing on a porch before beign apprehended. (Courtesy Daniel Rider)

The Waukesha Police Department did not respond to requests for comment Monday.

In videos shared with by NBC News by resident Daniel Rider, Brooks — wearing a T-shirt and shivering on Rider's front porch — can be seen knocking on the home's front door.

A timestamp on the video shows that it was recorded just after 5 p.m. local time, about 20…
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