MILWAUKEE -- Dozens marched through the streets of Milwaukee Thursday evening, September 1st in response to what happened following a fatal crash that happened near 6th and McKinley on August 6th.
Two men were hit and killed while they rode their motorcycles. The driver who struck them was initially taken into custody, but he hasn't yet been charged, nearly a month after the crash.
25-year-old Deangelo Maxwell and 36-year-old James Morris died in the crash.
The group marched from 6th and McKinley to downtown Milwaukee, where they protested on the steps of the Public Safety building.
According to a report from the medical examiner, two open bottles of alcohol were found in the suspect's truck along with a marijuana pipe.
The brother of one of the victims said the past couple weeks have been bittersweet.
"I feel really bad because my best friend, you know, he's gone. There's no coming back from it. I feel so torn right now. I don't have anyone really to go to and talk to. He was like my twin," Freddie Ingram said.
Officials with the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office say this case is still under review for additional evidence related to accident reconstruction.