Man wanted for Charlottesville assault turns himself in
Oct 13 2017 by Desiree Burns
We recently reported that DeAndre Harris - the black man who was brutally attacked at a Charlottesville white supremacist rally - had a warrant out for his arrest and that he had planned to turn himself in.
Twenty-year-old DeAndre Shakur Harris turned himself to the Charlottesville Police Department around 8:30 a.m. Thursday, October 12.
Photos and video that were widely shared online showed Harris being beaten by a group of men inside a parking garage. He was served the warrant accusing him of unlawful injuring. Authorities then issued a warrant for Harris.
A Charlottesville Police Department detective did respond, verified the facts and a warrant for Unlawful Wounding (Va Code 18.2-51) was issued.
The attack was caught on video and by photographers.
Merritt said Crews was injured in a different incident that day that took place after Harris was already in the hospital.
He was taken before a magistrate and released on an unsecured bond.
Mr Harris's attorney maintains the torch did not "make significant contact" with Mr Crews, who describes himself on Twitter as a "Southern Nationalist, Attorney".
Goodwin is the third man arrested for being in the group that left Harris with many severe injuries, including a fractured wrist, head laceration, knee injury and several abrasions and contusions on his body.
Lt. Steve Upman, a spokesman for police in Charlottesville, said Goodwin is charged with malicious wounding in the August 12 beating. The other two men arrested in connection to the attack are being held without bond.
Lt. Steve Upman, a spokesman for police in Charlottesville, said Goodwin is charged with malicious wounding in the August 12 beating.
Ramos was identified after posting about the attack on Facebook.
"Based on the exception to the system, the word of one white supremacist, he's being called a felon and he's being (dragged) back through the system", Merritt said.
'I was there because, pretty much, I'm a conservative, ' he said.
Two men who were allegedly involved in the assault on Harris appeared in court Thursday via closed circuit TV.