The suspect in the Wisconsin Christmas parade attack had a sixth homicide charge filed against him on Monday. 

The court filing gives Darrell Brooks a sixth intentional homicide charge for the death of a child after Brooks allegedly drove his SUV through a Christmas parade in Waukesha earlier in November, NBC News reported.

Brooks drove through the parade and rammed his vehicle into a parade float, striking numerous paradegoers. 


His actions resulted in six deaths and more than 40 injuries, many of which required medical attention.

Brooks has a criminal history and was involved in "some kind of disturbance” before the incident at the parade, police said. 

Brooks was initially charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide. His bail is set at $5 million as some have tried to raise money to get him out of jail. 

GoFundMe took down the donation page whose goal was to raise the $5 million to get Brooks out of jail, saying the fundraiser violated the company’s terms of service.