Isaiah Wright From Netflix’s “Last Chance U” Released From Jail On A Plea Deal

Almost a year ago, Isaiah Wright was 1 of 4 charged with the murder of Caleb Radford. The former EMCC (East Mississippi Community College) running back has agreed to a plea deal which drops the homicide charges and puts Isaiah on a 5 year supervised probation.

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Photo: Blount County Sheriff’s Office

“A former football player charged in the fatal stabbing of 18-year-old Caleb Radford is out of jail after he struck a plea deal to cooperate with Blount County prosecutors on Wednesday, court records show.

Isaiah Wright, a running back featured on the Netflix series “Last Chance U,” pleaded guilty to facilitation of aggravated robbery in exchange for having his criminal homicide charge dropped, according to a copy of the plea agreement.

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Wright, who had been jailed since September, received credit for time served and was sentenced to five years of supervised probation. He agreed to help law enforcers build their case as they seek to convict Keshawn Hopewell and Itiq Green of murder.

Additionally, the plea deal requires Wright, 20, to provide truthful information about his older brother, Camion Patrick. Patrick also was charged in Radford’s killing, but a judge dismissed his case last year.” , knoxnews.com

Isaiah Wright (Running Back) EMCEE Highlights

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