One of the two people charged in the alleged cross burning at the home of an interracial couple turned himself into police on Thursday morning.

An arrest warrant was issued for Nathan Rehberg on Wednesday after Rehberg’s grandparents — Darrell and Marianne Boutilier — told Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Windsor they wanted their bail responsibilities revoked. There was no reason given.

Rehberg’s case was before the courts to set a date for trial. He didn’t show, but his lawyer appeared on his behalf, with the trial to begin on Nov. 8.

An arrest warrant was issued by the judge, with Rehberg turning himself in to the Windsor RCMP detachment. He is now behind bars until his next court appearance, which could come Friday.

On March 2, Rehberg and his younger brother Justin, who is also charged in the Feb. 21 incident, were each granted bail and ordered to stay with their grandparents in Hants County.

The brothers are each charged with mischief, uttering threats, criminal harassment and public incitement of hatred.