NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Three suspects surrendered Wednesday in the St. Patrick’s Day beating of two teenage boys outside a Midtown bar.

The suspects turned themselves in at the Midtown North Precinct with their attorneys, sources told CBS2. All have been charged with felony assault.

The suspects charged are Louis Rezzonico, 21, of Jersey City; Perry-Michael Rezzonico, 17, of Wayne, and Nelphy Peralta-Reyes, 17, also of Wayne, police said.

In broad daylight on Tuesday, March 17, the victims – both 17-year-old boys – got into a quarrel with the suspects inside O’Brien’s Irish Pub, at 134 W. 46th St. between Sixth and Seventh avenues, police said.

The fight spilled onto the street, and the suspects began kicking, punching and hitting the victims with bottles, police said. The suspects then ran off, police said.

The two victims were rushed to Bellevue Hospital Center, after suffering facial fractures, bumps, and bruises.

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