Three men charged in Charlottesville attacks on counterprotesters

Posted August 28, 2017

A classmate at Borden's OH middle school told authorities that in 2012 that Borden once held a knife against his face, called him "Jew Boy" because he had a big nose, and often drew swastikas, according to WCPO-TV in Cincinnati.

Daniel Patrick Borden, 18, is in custody in Cincinnati, OH on charges of malicious wounding, most likely in conjunction with the attack on 20-year-old Deandre Harris. The 21-year-old suffered a broken wrist and a chipped tooth, and he got eight staples in his scalp to close a head wound. His last known residence was Marietta, Ga.

Charlottesville police asked that anyone with information on Ramos' whereabouts contact them at 434-970-3280.

Richard Wilson Preston, 52, was arrested Saturday and is now in the custody of the Baltimore County Detention Center in Towson, Maryland.

Alex Ramos 33 is wanted by Charlottesville police for malicious wounding
Alex Ramos 33 is wanted by Charlottesville police for malicious wounding

"Our decision to release the video of this significant event is consistent with our regular calls for law enforcement to release body-camera video that depicts any incident of public concern", a Saturday statement from the ACLU of Virginia said. In the days after the violence in Charlottesville, local police faced criticism for failing to stop violence at the hands of white supremacists.

Police said Saturday that they have identified 35 victims in the vehicle attack.

James Alex Fields has been charged with second-degree murder, five counts of malicious wounding, three counts of aggravated malicious wounding and one count of felony hit and run in relation to the vehicular death of Heather Heyer, who was protesting against those at the rally in Charlottesville. He has been in custody since the day of the rally.