UPDATE: Drunk man used SUV in murderous rampage
Tony Farrell was killed during the incident. Farrell was a former monster truck driver.
Monster Jam released a statement on their Facebook page saying:
"It is with profound sadness that we share the news that former Monster Jam driver and friend to many of us at Feld Motor Sports, Tony Farrell, passed away this holiday weekend. From his driving team, to the mechanics, to all of us, Tony's dedication to Monster Jam was immeasurable. He will be remembered not only for his skill as a driver but as a mentor for so many who would not have risen to the challenge without his patience and support. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time. Tony will be missed but always remembered."
Event security detained Carson after another person rammed into his 4-Runner with a Jeep to stop the rampage.
Carson appeared before Scott County Judge Jamie Cotton Tuesday, who said due to the holiday weekend, he wanted to see him without unnecessary delay.
Judge Cotton postponed the arraignment until Wednesday to give Carson more time to discuss hiring an attorney with his family. Carson was confused over the court appearance date and told the judge he hadn't slept since Saturday due to the stress.
Carson is charged with homicide and felony reckless endangerment. His bond is set at $500,000.