On Thursday, the pretrial risk assessment for Darrell Brooks, the man who reportedly plowed his car through Waukesha’s Christmas parade last month, killing 6, was revealed on social media, showing that the man scored extremely high on it. This indicates that the court was aware that he was at risk of committing future crimes.
In a pretrial risk assessment administered on November 5, Brooks scored a four out of six in Failure to Appear (FTA), and a six out of six in New Criminal Activity (NCA).
BREAKING: New documents show Darrell Brooks was assessed a 6/6 risk to the public but the DA let him out anyway due to bail reform and criminal justice policies pic.twitter.com/1VGm7F7S8d
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The assessment was administered following Brooks’ November 2 arrest date, in which he was arrested for allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend. Brooks was charged with resisting or obstructing an officer, felony bail jumping, 2nd degree recklessly endangering safety, disorderly conduct, and battery in connection to that incident.
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