The driver is accused of that drove the crowd to the Christmas parade in Wokesson, Wisconsin will face five counts of homicide, police said Monday.
“According to our information, the suspect was involved in one domestic dispute a few minutes before the events “and” does not exist no indication that it was a terrorist act, “said Daniel Thompson, Wokesa Police Chief.
Thompson also confirmed that the 39-year-old was arrested Darrell E. Brooks, according to telegrams from Reuters and AFP.
Earlier, as reported by international news agencies and relayed by ΑΠΕ ΜΠΕ, the authorities had informed about the detention of a person and the location of the red car that fell on the pedestrians, resulting in five people lost their lives and were injured 40.
Finally, as it became known, the FBI assists local police in their investigations. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the president Joe Biden was informed of the “tragic situation” and that federal officials were providing assistance to local authorities.