One of the stars of the Netflix reality series "Last Chance U" and his brother, a former football standout himself, have reportedly been charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of a man in Aloca, Tennessee.
The arrests of Wright, 20, and Patrick, 22, come more than a month after police arrested Hopewell and Green on August 3, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel.
The pair were featured on the Netflix original series Last Chance U, which is a documentary that follows the lives of a group of highly talented football players forced to play at a Division III college due to off-the-field issues.
Patrick played wide receiver and running back at IN but dealt with multiple injuries, and on July 20 was granted a medical hardship waiver, ending his career but allowing him to remain on scholarship.
Wright left EMCC and enrolled at West Georgia but after being ruled academically ineligible, left the school.
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Patrick, a student at the University of IN, was taken into custody by campus police Wednesday morning. Patrick is a senior at IU.
Alcoa (Tennessee) police said Thursday that Patrick had been taken into custody by Indiana University police.
Patrick was booked on Wednesday morning and is being held in a Blount County (Tenn.) jail, according to the report.
Patrick, a student at Indiana University, was arrested Wednesday night by campus police, awaiting extradition back to Tennessee.
IN announced July 24 that Patrick was granted a medical hardship that ended his college football career while keeping him on scholarship. He was featured in the second edition of the series, which took place during the 2016 season. He redshirted his first season but was a big part of EMCC's run to the junior college national championship in 2014.