Trysten Pearson held the basketball and spun in circles.

He’d been playing a one-on-one game against Nathaniel TwoHatchett, who knew something was wrong. TwoHatchett grabbed Pearson, laid him on the court and swiped a black magnet across his friend’s chest. The seizure ended.

Contact reporter Chacour Koop at 409-683-5241 or

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