3 We're getting YOUR reaction this morning - to news a local father will NOT face charges for pushing his stepson off a skateboard ramp. Since we learned that information yesterday - we've heard from many of you. 27-year-old Marcus Crossland pushed the 6-year-old boy down the ramp at Kona State Park last month.It was caught on video ... The State Attorney's Office says the father was trying to teach the child NOT to be afraid and did nothing criminal. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell joins us LIVE - Elizabeth, how are people reacting? 3 3 I checked our Twitter and Facebook pages and the majority of people are still concerned about this boy. Many moms and dads say that would never happen in their household and that it's a blessing the child didn't end up landing on his head and getting seriously injured. :46-:56TRACK - A cell phone caught video of 27-year-old Marcus Crossland ...Pushing his 6-year-old stepson down a nearly nine foot skateboard ramp. Crossland says he was just trying to help overcome his fear of that ramp called Big Brown at Kona Skate Park. The State Attorney's Office released a statement on its decision to not press charges --PRE PRO - "Critical in this analysis is the fact that the push was not done out of anger or rage. The victim states that he was pushed because his dad wanted to teach him not to be afraid of the ramp. Additionally, the push caught on video was not the first time this behavior occurred and the child remained apparently compliant with the training."TRACK - We talked to attorney Gene Nichols, who is not related to this case, about the State Attorney's Office's decision.SOT - 3513 The state attorney's office determined that he was not trying to commit a crime. For battery there has to be harmful or offensive touching. If you're going to injure a child, there has to be some form of motive behind it; some sort of criminal intent.TRACK - Nichols says another reason the State Attorney's Office decided not to press charges is because Crossland completed recommended anger control and parenting skills classes. But Nichols says if another incident happens again -- Crossland could be re- investigated. SOT - 3807 What if this pattern of behavior happens again? There's no question that if there was any sort of reason to believe that he had hurt a child or this child before or again if it happened in the future, the State Attorney's Office is going to potentially re-investigate this crime. In that national television interview the family said Crossland lost his job because of the incident and that they plan to move soon.