(CNN) – A child died Tuesday after the attack A Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Which took place on Sunday, brought the death toll to six, according to the lawsuit.
The boy was one of 16 people admitted to a children’s hospital in Wisconsin, the center said in a statement.
“Early Tuesday morning, a child who was being cared for in Children’s Wisconsin died of injuries sustained during the Waukesha parade. That is stated in the statement.
The two children were able to return home Monday, according to the report. A total of 13 children are in the hospital, six of whom are in critical condition, three are in good condition and four are in good condition.
The suspect has been charged with 5 counts of murder
Prosecutors have officially charged Darrell Brooks, who was arrested Sunday, with five counts of first-degree murder.
Police say they will press five charges of intentional homicide against the Milwaukee man after the attack, which wounded a total of 62 people, including at least 18 children, according to indictment filed Tuesday.
Brooks was released from prison two weeks ago on charges of using a vehicle on a woman who claimed to be her son’s mother, court documents show. He was released from prison on Nov. 11 on $ 1,000 bail, which was recommended by the Milwaukee County Attorney’s Office but is now being investigated.
The woman survived the Nov. 2 incident and was taken to hospital with her injuries following a criminal complaint. Prosecutors in the case have filed five charges related to the incident, including obstruction of an officer, a secondary number that endangers poor protection from domestic abuse, aggravated misconduct with domestic abuse and misconduct for domestic abuse.
The suspect is a registered sex offender
Court and prison records show that, in addition to the Nevada sex offenders record, the suspect was a registered sex offender in Nevada.
Darrell Brooks pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a minor in November 2006, according to documents.
There are no additional details in that case.
Brooks served his sentence at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center from March 2007 to September 2008, according to Nevada prison records.
The judge granted $ 5 million bail
Judge M. Costello Darrell Brooks set up a $ 5 million bond in cash because he believes it presents a risk to FICA.
According to prosecutors, if convicted of all charges, he faces the possible thought of five consecutive life sentences and could spend the rest of his life in prison.
– News in development. With information from Carol Alvarado, Kay Jones and Raja Rasek.