The mother of the teen who was assaulted on the North Wildwood Boardwalk on June 8th has spoken out about the suspects in the crime and the condition of her son.

Victim's Mom Says One Suspect Has Surrendered

The mom of the teen kicked in the face on the North Wildwood Boardwalk on June 8th, has written a social media post giving information about her son and the suspects in the incident.

Hope Kramer Golembewski wrote on Facebook that one of the teen suspects in the crime turned himself in to police and the other suspect intends to surrender on Friday, June 21.

Golembewski says she has been told the two will be charged as minors.

Mom Updates her Son's Condition

Shortly after the incident, Kenneth Golembewski, the father of the alleged victim, told 6 ABC Action News that the pair said something to his son's girlfriend, which triggered an argument.

The argument turned physical when his son Lucas was pushed to the ground and kicked in the face, according to Golembewski.

Hope Golembewski says Lucas is still in pain physically and mentally after the altercation.

I know people have asked how my son is doing. He is still hurting and will be going to some specialist to be checked out. He is still having issues with everything that has happened.

The assault happened in the area of 26th Avenue and the boardwalk in North Wildwood, near the Gateway 26 arcade and casino.

Police posted surveillance photos on Facebook of the suspects and the vehicle they were driving and asked for the public's help identifying them.

The assault comes just a couple of weeks after the Jersey Shore had several incidents with rowdy teens over Memorial Day weekend.

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