Four vehicles were burnt out in the Divis Street, North Queen Street and Stewartstown Road areas of Belfast at around 10.30pm on Wednesday.
Petrol bombs were also thrown at police vehicles and four people arrested.
The accused will face charges of riot, obstructing police and resisting police when he appears before Belfast Magistrates Court on 5 September.
Meanwhile police said a 25-year-old man arrested in connection with the trouble has been released on bail, while two men aged 17 and another aged 20 are still being questioned.
A 13-year-old girl has been released pending report to the PPS.
A sign reading 'end internment' and an Irish Tricolour have appeared on Black Mountain.
Violence also broke out in overnight in Banbridge where three people were arrested.
Picture submitted by Jason Spence.
Speaking about the trouble, Superintendent Barbara Gray said, "Sadly when so many are following the progress of our Olympians, a very small number of people are intent on causing disruption and mayhem and I strongly condemn their actions."
West Belfast Sinn Féin MLA Fra McCann said the destruction left in the wake of Wednesday night's bonfire at Divis proved that these fires should be consigned to the past.
"Sinn Féin have for a number of years now tried to pull people away from this type of event which only leads to a night of destruction and the mess left the day after.
I was interned twice and as a former internee these bonfires certainly do not represent any marking of that time in our history.
"The bonfire at Divis is now an excuse for excessive drunkenness and violence inflicted on our own community by those who torture this community throughout the year. It also attracts anti-socials elements from throughout the city," he added.
But Sinn Féin's Conor Maskey said disturbances in the New Lodge area were nothing to do with the anniversary of internment.
The North Belfast councillor said a small group of dissident republicans had encouraged young people to hold a bonfire with his name on top.
He said that led to vehicles being stolen and burnt and an attack on the home of a local republican.
"These so-called dissidents need to explain to the community why they used a small group of children to assemble the bonfire against the clear wishes of the majority of residents.
"Their only contribution to life in the New Lodge is destruction, facilitating attacks on republican ex-prisoners and giving young people criminal records."
In Banbridge, fire fighters were attacked on their way to reports of a blaze in a derelict factory in the Brookfield Industrial Estate.
A burning barricade, which the Fire and Rescue Service confirmed was bonfire material, was placed across the Scarva Road at around 10.30pm.
A gang of 30 young people had gathered at the entrance to Windyridge and at the steps at Edenderry Park, and bricks, stones, wood, paint tins and glass bottles were thrown at police and fire crews.
No one was injured in the attack and calm was restored to the area at around midnight.
A 21-year-old man and 15-year-old girl have been charged with public order offences to appear at Newry Magistrates' Court later this month.
A 22-year-old man detained by police remains in custody.
Neighbourhood Inspector Jacqui Gillespie said she was "extremely disappointed at the actions of a few mindless people who were intent on causing disruption and damage last night".
"My officers are continuing their investigations into the disorder. Arrests have been made and I believe further will follow. I can assure the local community we will not falter in our efforts to ensure that those responsible will be brought to justice".