The suspect of the Waukesha Christmas Parade crash that left five dead and 41 injured, was in a domestic dispute said the Waukesha Police Chief .
The suspect identified as Darell Brooks Jr is in police custody. Police chief Dan Thompson said there was is no evidence the crash on Sunday was a terrorist attack or that the suspect, Darrell Brooks Jr, knew anyone in the parade.
The chief said police were drawing up five charges of intentional homicide against Brooks, 39, of Milwaukee.
Members of a Dancing Grannies club were among those killed, as was an employee of Citizens Bank.
Mr Thompson identified those killed as four women, ages 52 to 79, and an 81-year-old man.
“It looked like dummies being thrown in the air,” said Nicole Schneiter, who was there with her children and grandchildren. “It took a second to register, like, ‘Is that what we really just saw?’ And then you looked in the road and there were just people laying in road.”
At least nine patients — most of them children — were listed in critical condition on Monday at two hospitals, and seven others were reported in serious condition.
At the White House, President Joe Biden said that “we don’t have all the facts and details yet” but that his administration was closely monitoring the situation.