Two brothers whose college football careers were featured in Netflixs Last Chance U have been charged in connection to a fatal stabbing in Tennessee, authorities say.
Camion Patrick, 22, and Isaiah Wright, 20, were charged with one count of criminal homicide in the July 25 death of 18-year-old Caleb Thomas Radford, the Knoxville News Sentinel reports.
Police in Alcoa, south of Knoxville, announced the arrests Thursday, one day after Patrick was taken into custody by campus police at the University of Indiana, where hes a student. He remained in custody in Indiana on Thursday, pending his extradition to Blount County.
A spokesman at the university confirmed Thursday that Patrick was suspended following his arrest. Wright, who was arrested Thursday in Harriman, Tenn., is also expected to be transferred to the Blount County Jail, the newspaper reports.
Patrick, a one-time University of Tennessee recruit, played wide receiver and running back while at Indiana, but received a medical hardship waiver in July, which ended his college football career but allowed him to remain on scholarship while finishing school, ESPN reports.
Wright, who is Patricks younger brother, earned a scholarship offer from Auburn as a running back but ended up enrolling at East Mississippi Community College, the home of Netflixs docu-series at one of college footballs most fertile recruiting grounds.
The brothers, among other topics, discussed the hardships they faced during the shows second season in 2016, recalling their time spent in foster homes as children after being abandoned by their mother, ESPN reports.
A total of four people have been charged in Radfords death, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel. Police in Alcoa announced on Aug. 3 that two men had been charged with criminal homicide in connection to the case. Keshawn Lonnell Hopewell, 21, of Alcoa, and Itiq Tivone Green, 28, of Louisville, were being held on $1 million bond each. At the time,Police Chief David Carswell said the men responsible for Radfords death were in custody, the newspaper reports.