Two men have been arrested and one more is being sought by Charlottesville, VA police in connection to violence that took place two weeks ago that left 32-year-old Heather Heyer dead and 35 people injured, according to Charlottesville newspaper The Daily Progress. His attorney, Greg Berberich, says Borden turned himself in immediately after being notified that an warrant was issued for his arrest.
Police said 18-year-old Daniel P. Borden of Mason, Ohio, is allegedly part of a group of six men who violently beat a man in a parking garage next to the Charlottesville Police Department on August 12. He was arrested on Friday and is now in the custody of the Hamilton County Criminal Justice Center in Cincinnati. His last known residence was Marietta, Ga.
James Alex Fields Jr. faces second-degree murder charges for driving a vehicle into counter-protesters and killing Heather Heyer.
Authorities are asking for the public's help to locate a man wanted for an assault in a parking garage during the "Unite the Right" rally protests in Charlottesville.
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Another suspect, Richard W. Preston, 52, is allegedly the man seen on video shot by the American Civil Liberties Union taking out a pistol and firing a round toward a counterprotester who was wielding a flaming can of aerosol. "Dan repeatedly requested protection from Charlottesville Police and was ignored".
Borden surrendered to the Federal Bureau of Investigation when he learned a warrant for his arrest had been issued, his lawyer, Greg Berberich, said in a statement to NBC29.
"Nor did they hear the single shot being fired because it was muffled by the loud volume of the crowd yelling and chanting, drums and music", she said.
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