Three Teens Indi-cted In Brut@l Att@ck Of Their Football Teammate

Three Texas teenagers are facing up to 20 years behind bars after they all-egedly nearly beat their football teammate to de-ath.

Brazoswood High School via Facebook [main]; Lake Jackson Police Department [inset]
On March 24, 2022, a Texas grand jury indicted the teens on felony aggravated ass-ault in the second degree, and they were all charged as adults.

The victim, 16-year-old Cole Hagan, had high hopes of one day playing professional football, but he was bea-ten so bad-ly that he will likely never be able to play football again, according to his brother Cory Hagan. Cole suffered from a bro-ken collar bone, two skull fra-ctures, and a brain bl-eed, among other in-juries, reported the Stateline Sports Network.

The planned att-ack happened when Hagan went to a pool party on Dec. 3, 2021, at a private home on Cherrywood Court in Lake Jackson, Texas, a suburb of Houston. Ayden Holland and Logan Huber, who he knew from Brazoswood High School, lured Hagan outside by telling him that his truck had been hit, according to Insider.

Once the teens got Cole Hagan outside, he was jumped and bea-ten by Reid Mitchell, 17, who had allegedly planned the whole att-ack for several days. Logan Huber, one of the teens who had lured Hagan outside, told po-lice that he witnessed, “Reid Mitchell punch Cole Hagan, bear hug him, slam him to the ground and then get on top of him and elbow him in the face.” Another witness observed that Hagan was bea-ten with three or four hard elbow blows.

After he was severely be-aten, the teens all-egedly simply discarded the vi-ctim. Cory Hagan, Cole’s brother, told ABC 13 Eyewitness News, “They left him in the road after they finished att-acking him and then texted one of his friends that were in the backyard of this house to say, ‘Hey come get your boy out of the street.’ They left him in the street, people who were supposed to be his friends.”

Hagan’s family members called this a “bizarre” and “hein0us act.” The Hagan family has filed a law-suit against the acc-used, other classmates, and some of their parents. The family is seeking more than $50 million in da-mages.

Source/Credits: investigationdiscovery.com

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