Judge tells accused Waukesha parade killer to ‘stop playing games' in latest hearing

A Wisconsin judge on Tuesday told the man accused of killing six people at last year's Waukesha Christmas parade sparred to 'stop playing games' as...

September 28, 2022
4:46 AM

A Wisconsin judge on Tuesday told the man accused of killing six people at last year's Waukesha Christmas parade sparred to 'stop playing games' as the suspect voiced his intent to defend himself at trial. Darrel Brooks, 40, is facing 77 charges — including six counts of first-degree intentional homicide — for the horrific vehicular attack at the Wisconsin city's annual parade in Nov. 2021. He's pleaded not guilty to the charges. 'I would like to represent myself,' Brooks told Waukesha County Judge Jennifer Dorow.

Patrick Reilly