Two men charged in Wisconsin double homicide

Fargo, North Dakota – Michael Paul Tumilty and his Facebook, fell to Michael Allen “Dee Dee” Hoover, 22, in Waukesha, Wisconsin, authorities say.

Tumilty and Hoover are accused of robbing and killing an off-duty sheriff’s deputy and his girlfriend in Waukesha on Thursday.

Police arrested the two just before midnight Thursday near Albany, a city south of Waukesha, CNN reports.

A sheriff’s deputy is seen on dash cam talking to Hoover after noticing a car parked next to his, the station reports.

“All right, big shot. You want to fuck with us? … Or f— Donald Trump?” the deputy said.

“You guys are about to f— it up.”

Tumilty and Hoover told the officer that they owned the car.

The officer attempted to question Hoover as to why he had a firearm, police say.

Hoover said that was “a weapon,” but Tumilty confirmed he had one himself, Waukesha Police Chief Russell Jack said, according to CNN.

Tumilty and Hoover allegedly began to pound the deputy and his girlfriend as he tried to intervene, according to CNN.

They continued to assault the officer and his girlfriend, eventually dragging them out of the car and shooting them both.

The two then took off in the deputy’s vehicle, according to police.

Hoover got into an SUV where he had a passenger while Tumilty drove the stolen car.

According to CNN, Tumilty rapped to his Facebook friends about drugs, guns, murder and supporting Trump, among other things.

“Drugs, guns, murder,” he rapped, according to CNN.

“Everybody should do it, everybody needs it, get your f— Donald Trump,” CNN reports Tumilty rapped on another video.

The deputy and his girlfriend were found at a nearby motel less than five hours after the shootings, Waukesha Police Chief Russell Jack said, according to CNN.

Both were taken to the hospital, and neither life-threatening wounds, and one survived.

Tumilty and Hoover, who has a lengthy criminal record including multiple DUI arrests, were charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree reckless endangerment, armed robbery and reckless endangerment with a firearm, police said.

“These were not random shootings,” said Jack.

CNN spoke to Hoover’s aunt, who believes the recording references gangster rap.

“There’s too much to take in,” she said.

The FBI and ATF helped with the investigation, he said.

“We are going to make sure that we bring everything to bear in hopes that we do capture these individuals responsible for these crimes,” Jack said.

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