This image provided by the Charlottesville Police Department shows a mug shot of DeAndre Harris, who turned himself in Thursday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Charlottesville, Va. Harris was charged with unlawful wounding charge related to the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville on August 12.
Harris, a former special education instructional assistant who sustained a spinal injury and head wound that required 10 stitches, was released on a bond after turning himself in to Charlottesville police. Police won't reveal details of the warrant, including who made the complaint, until it is served.
Video of the rally shows DeAndre Harris, 20, being beaten by several men outside a parking garage at the rally.
News of Harris's charge and the issuance of an arrest warrant by a local magistrate surprised many activists, including the Charlottesville police department. The magistrate requested that a detective respond and verify these facts.
Specialists had issued a warrant for Harris' capture on Monday, October 9, after a man recorded an accuse of malevolent injuring of the officer.
Two men were charged with malicious wounding in September in the attack against Harris.
Harris will be in Charlottesville General District Court for a hearing on Friday morning.