A local father goes on national TV to speak about video that shows him kicking his 6 year old son down a ramp at a skate park in Arlington. He told an interviewer on NBC's Today Show, quote, "It was a boneheaded decision." This is the video that went viral once it was posted on Instagram .. Both the video and the father's interview have many of YOU talking on Channel 4's Facebook and Twitter pages. Channel 4's Marques White is joining us live from the department of children and families which has been investigating this video .. Marques. We learned the sheriff's office, the state attorney's office, and the Department of Children and Familes have been involved in this investigation. Marcus Crossland -- the father of 6-year-old Dino was banned from the skate park. And now he's apologizing for what he was seen on video doing at a ramp here at Kona Skate Park. 3 00-0813-1633-3853-59"CROSSLAND: IT WAS A BONEHEAD DECISION."Marcus Crossland is apoplogizing after this video appears to show him kicking his son -- who is known as Dino the Dinosaur -- down this ramp in late April... "CROSSLAND: IT WAS MY POOR ATTEMPT AT TRYING TO GET HIM TO OVERCOME HIS FEAR."We showed Crossland's Today Show interview to John Harrell with the Department of Children and Families. Harrell says he can't comment on what their investigation has uncovered due to confidentiality laws. However he does say making statements publically can have an impact on an investigation. 121445 HARRELL: TYPICALLY WHAT WE WOULD DO IN INVESTIGATIONS IS IF SOMEONE MADE PUBIC STATEMENTS WE WOULD CONSIDER THOSE AS PART OF THOSE INVESTIGATIONS.Harrell says typical in typical situations, investigators speak to the child, the parents and others who know the child. We spoke to people skating today at Kona Skate Park and got their thoughts about what Marcus Crossland said on the Today Show.122015 SPENCER STEELMAN/HAS BEEN SKATEBOARDIN G FOR 7 YEARS: WELL I'D SAY HE'S PRETTY RIGHT ABOUT IT BEING A BONE HEAD DECISION. THAT'S PRETTY MUCH THE STUPIDEST THING YOU CAN DO IN TERMS OF GETTING SOMEONE TO DROP A RAMP THAT BIG.YOU DON'T JUST PUSH THEM. Spencer Steelman and Jay McFall say they see younger people skateboarding and looking up to older skateboarders with more experience. They say the best way to get kids used to bigger ramps is to ease them into it -- first starting off with the smaller ramps.122305 JAY MCFALL/HAS BEEN SKATEBOARDING FOR 12 YEARS: NO ONE NEEDS TO GET HURT - YOU CAN END YOUR LIFE DOING THIS STUFF 3 Because of the video - Crossland told NBC News that he and his family will move. John Harrell with DCF says because a family moves -- that doesn't mean their investigation will stop. He says typically DCF has 60 days to complete an investigation.I tried to call Crossland today, but the number I had said it had been disconnected. Marques, I know the boy's mother was also interviewed...what did she say?