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Manhunt underway for man charged in connection to violence in Charlottesville

Police also charged Alex Michael Ramos, 33, with malicious wounding and is currently wanted by the police department (Photo: Charlottesville Police Dept.)

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WSET) -- The Charlottesville Police Department have charged three people in relation to the violence that followed the Unite the Right rally there on August 12.

Police said the Criminal Investigations Division charged Daniel Borden, 18, of Ohio with malicious wounding.

He was arrested Friday and is currently in the custody of the Hamilton County Criminal Justice Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Police also charged Alex Michael Ramos, 33, with malicious wounding and is currently wanted by the police department.

Both of these charges are in relation to an assault that happened in the 500 block of East Market Street in Charlottesville.

Police charged Richard Wilson Preston, 52, of Maryland, with discharging a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school. Police said this is in relation to a shots fired incident on August 12 in the 100 block of West Market Street in Charlottesville.

Preston was arrested Saturday and is currently in the custody of the Baltimore County Detention Center in Towson, Maryland.

Police said these incidents are ongoing criminal investigations and if you know anything about where Ramos might be, contact police at 434-970-3280.

Detectives said they are continuing to investigate the vehicle attack that happened in the 100 block of 4th Street, SE.

James Alex Fields, Jr. 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 incident.

Detectives said they've identified 35 victim and have reached out to all of them, and are still waiting a response from some of them.

Police said this is an ongoing investigation, with multiple victims, witnesses, and items of evidence.

They said there is also potential for additional charges as the investigation progresses.

Any information relevant to any investigation of the events of August 12, 2017 can be sent by email to the police department at cvillerally@charlottesville.org

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