Two 16-year-old males have been charged for their involvement in a Sept. 11 incident that was posted on the popular Internet site YouTube.
Two 16-year-old boys have been charged for their involvement in a Sept. 11 incident that was posted on the Internet site YouTube.
The incident, captured on the cell phone of a 15-year-old boy, occurred in Eastern Park in Little Falls, N.Y., and included a fight between two girls, ages 12 and 17.
Little Falls Chief of Police Michael Masi said a concerned parent brought the three-minute viral video to the attention of police.
The video, according to Masi, depicts a fight between two girls surrounded by a group of teens shouting obscenities.
Arrested were Ricki Earl Clemons Jr., 16, who was charged with disorderly conduct, and another 16-year-old boy, who was charged with public lewdness for exposing himself. Clemons and the other 16-year-old were issued appearance tickets returnable in Little Falls City Court on Sept. 30.
The girls, according to Masi, could also face charges for their involvement in the incident. In addition, Masi said that the teens who were identified in the video have been interviewed by police and will not be allowed in the park for an undisclosed amount of time.
The Evening Times