Ramos is now wanted by the Charlottesville police and has a last known address in Marietta, Georgia.
As Harris' attorney S. Lee Merritt told the New York Times, the men responsible for his client's assault - video of which was disseminated across social media on and after August 12 - have been identified largely thanks to journalist and activist Shaun King of the New York Daily News.
The violence two weeks ago culminated in a Nazi sympathizer plowing his auto into a crowd of counter-protesters - killing Heather Heyer, 32, and wounding 19 others.
Charlottesville and Virginia State police were widely criticized for not making arrests or even taking actions on violence in their presence.
In addition, Charlottesville police said Daniel Patrick Borden, 18, was charged with malicious wounding and is in custody in Cincinnati.
Three additional cases of West Nile reported in Shelby County
Logan City Mosquito Abatement Director Rex Davis said the mosquito was caught in a trap near 1700 North and 1200 West. The rest will experience fever, head and body ache, nausea, vomiting, and rashes on the back, chest, and stomach.
If you have any information about Ramos' whereabouts, call the Charlottesville Police Department at 434-970-3280.
"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. Police have also issued a wanted poster for Alex Michael Ramos, another man sought in connection to the crime.
Police said their investigation into the "vehicle attack" during the protests is also ongoing. James Alex Fields Jr., of OH, was later arrested and charged with second-degree murder, among other offenses.
Officials said 52-year-old Richard Wilson Preston was arrested in Baltimore and charged with discharging a firearm within 1000 feet of a school.