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Netflix 'Last Chance U' star arrested on murder charges

Netflix 'Last Chance U' star arrested on murder charges

He, along with his brother Camion Patrick, who was also featured on the show in addition to being a member of the in football team, were each charged with one count of criminal homicide relating to the July 25 death of an 18-year old from Maryville, Tenn., the Knoxville News-Sentinel reports. Radford, 18, was found stabbed multiple times on a street in Louisville, Tenn.

Where are star players of "Last Chance U" now? Keshawn Lonnell Hopewell and Itiq Tivone Green already were charged with criminal homicide August 3 in connection with the July 25 death of Caleb Thomas Radford of Maryville, Tennessee.

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He was brought in by the IU Police Department on Wednesday morning.

Former IU wide receiver Camion Patrick has been arrested for murder.

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Camion Patrick, 22, was arrested Wednesday by police in Bloomington and his 20-year-old brother Isaiah Wright was arrested Wednesday in Tennessee.

Two football players of "Last Chance U" fame have been arrested in connection to a July stabbing death in Alcoa, Tenn. He remained in custody in Bloomington, Ind., pending his extradition to Blount County. He was featured in the second edition of the series, which took place during the 2016 season. He also battled head injuries and appeared to play through concussions while at East Mississippi Community College, known as a last-chance school for players who fail out of or are kicked off big-time college teams. After finishing at EMCC, Wright enrolled at West Georgia, though he left the school before the 2017 season began.

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