DAILYKENN.com -- A black male with a "significant criminal history" shouted, "“God’s wrath is on white America” as he left a Milwaukee courtroom earlier this week.
Derrick Brown is accused of pointing a gun at a woman's head as she walked to a market. After ordering the woman to take her pants off, the victim screamed prompting Brown to beat her in the head including her face with a gun. Brown fled after hearing the voice of another individual.
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The victim posted to social media a defiant photo showing her in the hospital with injuries, with the caption: “Guess who didn’t get raped last night?” She gave FOX6 News permission to use the photo. It appears Brown saw that photo on TV. That victim suffered extensive damage to her teeth, fractured cheek bones, cuts to her lip and four scalp lacerations that took 17 staples — from being hit with the gun before she screamed and ran for help.
Near the scene of the crime, police recovered a slide piece stuck in metal fencing — part of a replica gun. That slide appeared to have blood on it — and it was sent to State Crime Laboratory for testing. DNA recovered from that slide was determined to be that of Derrick Brown.
Brown was found in a home near 48th and Clarke on January 16th. Police say he jumped from a window and ran from officers, but was arrested after being chased and bitten by a Milwaukee Police K9.
Brown’s aunt, Patricia Davis says her nephew told her if he was caught for what he did he would be in big trouble. Davis says she tried to talk Brown into turning himself in.
“What made him do that that night, I have no idea why Derrick did that, and I’m sorry he did that and I’m sorry he did that to the lady and I’m glad she’s okay. He got to pay for what he did. I’m in a wheelchair and he really cared about me. I don’t know why he did what he did,” Davis said.
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