New Video Shows Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Pleading For Help, Getting Arrested
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In the moments after ditching the red Ford Escape SUV that Darrell Brooks allegedly drove to mow down Waukesha Christmas Parade participants, Brooks ran to a nearby home asking for help.
CHICAGO (WBBM-TV) — Ring door video at the home of Daniel Rider shows the suspect knocking on the door and telling the person who answered that he was homeless and had called for an Uber but didn't know when it was coming.

Brooks was allowed inside because it was cold and he was only wearing a short-sleeved shirt. Then, he appears to be using Rider's phone, before Rider asks for his phone back.

Later, Brooks is back outside on the porch as police arrived. Officers are heard yelling at him to "put your hands where we can see them." He was taken into custody without incident.

(Credit: Video via Daniel Rider/TMX)

As police search the porch, one officer asks Rider, "Do you know this guy [Brooks]?"

"Absolutely not!" Rider said.

Brooks, 39, was charged with five counts of murder after he allegedly plowed through the…
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