UPDATE: Man attacked during Charlottesville rally turns himself in
Charlottesville Police say a wanted man turned himself in Thursday morning.
Police say DeAndre Harris came to the police department around 8:30 a.m. He was charged with unlawful wounding.
Harris was seen bloodied in viral photos and a video after being attacked during the white supremacist rally in August in a parking garage next to the Charlottesville Police Department.
Harris' attorney, S. Lee Merritt, said in a phone interview Monday night that Harris was left with a concussion, abrasions and contusions across his body, as well as a head laceration that required staples, a knee injury and a fractured wrist after the clash.
Three men, Daniel Borden, Alex Ramos and Jacob Goodwin have been charged in connection with the beating.
Harris is set to appear in court at 9 a.m. Friday.