Two teens charged with attacking manager at Codman Square McDonald's

The Boston Police Department reports arresting a 14-year-old and her 15-year-old friend on charges that responded to a request to leave the Codman Square McDonald's by beating the manager - and a woman who tried to protect the manager.

According to police, the two were among a group of girls who had been hanging out in the McDonald's, 605 Washington St., for an hour without buying anything. The manager asked them to leave, at which point the group allegedly unleashed a torrent of insults.

Police say a man came into the restaurant, bought food and shared it with the girls. Then, police say:

"Upon finishing their food, one of the females approached the victim and threw a drink at her. The victim then walked towards to the exit and again asked the group to leave. At this time, one of the suspects spat on the victim. The suspects then picked up chairs and threatened the victim. Bystanders interceded but suddenly the suspects began to attack the victim, beating her viciously with closed fists. A female inside of the store attempted to help the victim by getting in between her and the suspects when the suspects turned their attack on her, striking her with closed fists as well. The suspects then attempted to flee with the victim’s glasses, her phone, both of which had been broken during the altercation, as well as her wig."

Arriving officers found two of the alleged attackers and, after the victim identified them, brought them to the District C-11 station for booking on juvenile charges of assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon - a chair - assault and battery with injuries and trespassing.

A third alleged beater remains at large.