Greece, N.Y. - 18 year old Nicholas Robare of Greece is charged with Aggravated Harassment.
Greece Police say he posted a threatening video to Facebook.
According to police, they were alerted to a video posted on YouTube. The video showed a burning piece of clothing and included verbal threats and racist slurs by the participants.
As a result of the investigation, police arrested Robare.
Police said Robare sent the video to the victim's Facebook wall from the defendant's Facebook account and that the video contained threats of physical harm.
Two of the teens who made the video told us they were sorry for what they had done.
18 year olds Sean Petrilli and Amanda Farabella said they were angry and created the video out of "spite."
When asked what they were angry about, Amanda said 16 year old Alex Hare had allegedly sent her texts demanding naked pictures.
She said to "get back at him" she and the others made the video and burned a sweatshirt that Alex said had been given to him by a girl who died.
That girl was Noel Parcells. She was murdered by her father last year.
On the video, the teens made reference to Noel "turning over in her grave. "
That remark broke Noel's mother's heart. Raechel Coffey said, "I started screaming... people make those remarks about older people turning over in their grave, but not children."
Michelle Hare, Alex's mother, tells us this was outrageous and "crossed the line."
She and Coffey stood at Noel's grave and demanded an apology and more accountability from these teens:
Raechel: "I don't understand it, it needs to come to an end."
Michelle: " The line needs to be drawn, they need to be held accountable."
Greece Police say while the video was "disturbing and unacceptable," they cannot charge the other two teens because they did not break the law.
This video has attracted the attention of local groups who are calling it racially motivated and a form of bullying.
One group will hold a news conference Tuesday to denounce the video and call for action.
The group will also hold an anti-bullying rally in Greece on Thursday.