Isaiah S. Wright and Camion D. Patrick, who both appeared on Netflix's "Last Chance U", have been charged in connection to a fatal stabbing in Alcoa, Tennessee. Wright and Patrick (who is now on scholarship at Indiana) were reportedly arrested Wednesday, eight weeks after 18-year-old Caleb Radford was stabbed to death on a street in Louisville, Tennessee.
Wright and Patrick first made headlines when they were featured on "Last Chance U", a Netflix documentary series that follows the East Mississippi Community College football team, where both brothers previously played.
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Patrick played for Indiana University during the 2016 season, where he attended school prior to his arrest. As of a few weeks ago he was no longer part of their football program and no longer enrolled at the school. Now the Last Chance U talents join them. Radford was found at 10:42 p.m. that day with multiple stab wounds. Patrick's brother, Isaiah Wright, was once named the best running back in junior college.
According to The Indianapolis Star, an IU spokesperson has confirmed that Patrick has been suspended from the college. IN granted Patrick a medical hardship before this season ending his collegiate career. Patrick was arrested in Bloomington, Indiana by IU campus police and will be extradited to Blount County soon, while his younger brother Wright was taken into custody in nearby Harriman. On Aug. 3, Alcoa (Tenn.) police announced the arrests of two suspects: Keshawn Hopewell, 21, and Itiq Green, 28. He remained in custody in IN on Thursday, pending his extradition to Blount County.
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Patrick was booked on Wednesday morning and is being held in a Blount County (Tenn.) jail, according to the report. He was featured in the second edition of the series, which took place during the 2016 season.
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