"Last Chance U" star charged with criminal homicide

15 September, 2017, 00:52 | Author: Laura Christensen
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Two brothers who appeared in the Netflix college football documentary Last Chance U have been charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of a teenager in July. Camion D. Patrick and Isaiah Wright have been connected to the death of 18-year-old Caleb Radford.

Patrick had knee and shoulder injuries at IN and also missed the 2015 season because he was academically ineligible.

Wright left EMCC and transferred to the University of West Georgia, but according to Connor Tapp of 247Sports is no longer enrolled in the program. Wright, a running back, started off the 2016 season well, ESPN reports, but later sustained an injury and was often seen fighting with Coach Buddy Stephens in the series. Radford was found at around 10:42 p.m. with multiple stab wounds.

Netflix's Last Chance U turned a lot of football players, who were previously afterthoughts, into endearing figures.


As for Patrick, his football career was blighted by injury and although he was granted full scholarship via a "medical hardship waiver", meaning he would have been allowed to complete his studies without playing football, he has been suspended following this news. In August, police said they had arrested two men and charged them with criminal homicide.

Patrick, who also appeared on the Netflix show and previously played at EMCC, was suspended by the IN football team after he was arrested IN Bloomington. He was featured in the second edition of the series, which took place during the 2016 season. He remained in custody in Bloomington, Ind., pending his extradition to Blount County. He redshirted his first season but was a big part of EMCC's run to the junior college national championship in 2014.

Wright, 20, was arrested Wednesday by Harriman (Tenn.) police.

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