UPDATED 4/6/18 10:40 a.m. ET: Conor McGregor has turned himself in to the NYPD, according to Time. The UFC fighter has been charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief.

Earlier this morning, he walked out of the police station in handcuffs and will be released from custody.

He also had his mugshot taken. For those wondering what that looked like, well, wonder no further:

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Conor McGregor is not happy that the UFC is stripping him of his featherweight title, which will be awarded to the winner of Saturday's Max Holloway-Khabib Nurmagomedov fight. Thursday afternoon, McGregor crashed a pre-fight press event in Brooklyn and caused chaos. He attempted to throw a guard rail at a bus of UFC fighters.

Conor McGregor. Picks up guard rail. Attempts to throw it at bus. ABSOLUTE CHAOS IN NEW YORK. #UFC223 (Via Felice Herrig's IG story) pic.twitter.com/JYQZD7jtKP

— Chamatkar Sandhu (@SandhuMMA) April 5, 2018

@TheNotoriousMMA is about that life pic.twitter.com/kLRbMVzSzk

— joshua. (@jrsvx) April 5, 2018

Now, UFC president Dana White says there's a warrant for McGregor's arrest. TMZ confirmed the NYPD is looking for McGregor.

It appears McGregor was going after Khabib.

I’ve seen video shot by fighters in the van. Very clear Conor is telling someone to get out of the van before being pulled away by security. Khabib and his team were in that particular van.

— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) April 5, 2018

Scarce details are available at this time, but we'll update this story when more is known.