Darrell Edward Brooks Jr. is a black rapper also known as MathBoi Fly. He was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States and he previously lived in Peoria, Illinois, USA, in Richmond, California, USA, in Sparks, Nevada, USA and in Reno, Nevada.
Brooks is 5’8″ tall and his registered weight is 150 pounds. He is Dawn Woods‘ son.
A red 2010 Ford Escape sport utility vehicle is registered to an older woman who lives in Brooks’ residence in Milwaukee. Here are 13 more things about him:
- In 1999, he was convicted of substantial battery with intent to inflict substantial bodily harm. After he pleaded guilty, Judge Bonnie Gordon sentenced him to 3 years of probation and 6 months in the House of Correction.
- In 2002, he was convicted of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) possession while still on probation and sentenced to 50 days in the House of Correction. In 2003, he was convicted of resisting an officer. Judge Raymond Gieringer sentenced him to 20 days.
- In 2005, he was convicted of obstructing an officer again in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. After his arrest, Court Commissioner Patricia Koppa freed him on a $300 signature bond. He failed to appear for a hearing so a bench warrant was issued but he had already taken off for Nevada.
- In November 2006, he went back to Wisconsin and pleaded guilty to statutory sexual seduction. He was accused of having consensual sex with a girl, then 15, and conceiving a child with her. He posted bail, which Court Commissioner Raymond Greig set at $100. He failed to show up for another hearing so another bench warrant was issued. After he was convicted, Judge Patrick Willis sentenced him to 2 days in jail and ordered him to pay a fine, which he never paid.
- From March 2007 to September 2008, he served his sentence in the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City, Nevada.
- In 2010, he was convicted of felony strangulation and suffocation and misdemeanor counts of battery and criminal damage to property in Wood County, Wisconsin. After a no contest plea, Judge Todd Wolf sentenced him to three years’ probation and 90 days in jail.
- In 2011, he was charged with marijuana possession. When Milwaukee Police Department officer Garry Inman stopped him in Milwaukee in March 2011, he gave a false name Landon Deal, turned his car on and shifted to drive. He was charged with resisting or obstructing an officer for the third time in Milwaukee County. Court Commissioner Cedric Cornwall freed him on a $1,000 signature bond. After a plea deal, Judge Nelson Phillips sentenced him to 37 days in jail.
- In 2012, he was charged with probation violation, resisting, extradition, two counts of bail jumping, THC possession and multiple counts of failure to appear.
- On January 25, 2014, his twin sister Eboni Danielle Brooks died of an illness.
- In 2016, he was arrested for failure to obey sex offender laws in Nevada. On August 15, 2016, a warrant for his arrest was issued for jumping bail but he moved back to Wisconsin and never appeared in court.
- On July 24, 2020, he shot at his nephew Anaji Brooks in a fight over a cellphone. He, his mother and Anaji lived in the same four-bedroom house in Arlington Heights, Milwaukee. He was charged with two counts of use of dangerous weapon and a felony count of possession of a firearm. From $7,500, his bail dropped to just $500. On February 21, 2021, he posted bail. In September 2021, Anaji pleaded for a judge to issue him a no-contact order.
- On May 27, 2021, he was arrested in Union City, Georgia, USA on another domestic violence charge after a man at a motel reported hearing him repeatedly striking a woman. On May 28, 2021, he was released on signature bond and he returned to Wisconsin. In April 2021, he started dating a Milwaukee woman, who he knew since they were young. He disappeared when their son was almost 3 months old, according to her. On November 2, 2021, he used his red 2010 Ford Escape SUV to run over her at a gas station and she was taken to Froedhert Hospital in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin for her injuries. On November 5, 2021, he was charged with resisting an officer, felony bail jumping, second-degree recklessly endangering safety with domestic abuse assessments, disorderly conduct and battery in Milwaukee. On November 19, 2021, his mother posted the $1000 bond for him. On November 21, 2021, he was arrested after a red Ford Escape SUV plowed into crowds at the 58th annual holiday parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, killing at least five people and injuring at least 40 others. On November 23, 2021, he appeared at the Waukesha County Courthouse and was ordered held on $5 million and charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide.
- On June 20, 2022 by reason of mental disease or defect, his attorneys indicated he was changing his not guilty plea. He was charged with 83 counts and his trial started on October 3, 2022 and was convicted on October 26, 2022 of one count of misdemeanor domestic battery, two counts of felony bail jumping, six counts of fatal hit and run and 61 counts of recklessly endangering safety with the use of a dangerous weapon. He was 40 years old when Judge Jennifer Dorow ordered him on November 16, 2022 to serve a life sentence without the possibility of extended supervision for each of the six counts of first-degree intentional homicide with the use of a dangerous weapon and sentenced him to 17.5 years for each of the 61 counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety with the use of a dangerous weapon.
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