Videos captured by a house owner who lives close to the scene the place the Waukesha Christmas parade assault occurred seem to show suspect Darrell Brooks knocking on his door prior to being arrested, asking for help hailing an Uber. 

The Ring doorbell camera clips that Daniel Rider shared with NBC News had been recorded about 20 minutes after Brooks allegedly drove a car via the parade Sunday, killing 5 and injuring dozens extra. Waukesha Police Chief Dan Thompson mentioned Monday that he’s referring 5 counts of first-degree intentional murder towards Brooks, who is predicted to make his first court docket look Tuesday. 

“Hey, I called an Uber and I’m supposed to be waiting for it over here but I don’t know when it’s coming, can you call it for me please?” a person who appears to be Brooks says in one of many movies after knocking on Rider’s door. “I’m homeless.” 

Darrell Brooks, the suspect in the Waukesha Christmas parade attack. 

Darrell Brooks, the suspect within the Waukesha Christmas parade assault. 
(Wisconsin Department of Justice)

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Rider advised NBC News he was watching soccer on the time of the assault and allowed Brooks inside to let him use his telephone. 

“All of a sudden, I look outside my street and I see a few cop cars drive by and I’m getting extra nervous,” Rider reportedly mentioned. 

The Waukesha resident mentioned he then requested Brooks to go away – which he did – however Brooks got here again a second time, claiming he left his ID inside the house, one other clip reveals. 

People hold candles and embrace during a vigil in Cutler Park on Monday in Waukesha, Wisconsin. (Jim Vondruska/Getty Images)

People maintain candles and embrace throughout a vigil in Cutler Park on Monday in Waukesha, Wisconsin. (Jim Vondruska/Getty Images)
(Jim Vondruska/Getty Images)

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Seconds later, police arrive on the doorstep to take Brooks into custody. 

“Hands up! Put your hands where I can see them!” an officer yells. 

“Whoa, whoa, whoa!” Brooks responds, elevating his fingers within the air. 

Chairs are left abandoned on Main Street the morning after a car plowed through a holiday parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Chairs are left deserted on Main Street the morning after a automotive plowed via a vacation parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
(REUTERS/Cheney Orr)

In one other portion of the footage, the house owner appears to open his entrance door to work together with one of many responding officers. 

“Hey, do you know this guy?” the officer asks. 

“Absolutely not,” he says.  

Rider advised NBC News that his neighbor was the one who known as police.