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Homicide charge dropped against Ex-Indiana RB Camion Patrick, but not his “Last Chance U” brother

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Former Indiana running back Camion Patrick was charged in connection with a fatal stabbing of an 18-year old man in Tennessee in September. Now, Patrick has had the charge dropped by a county judge.

A Blount County judge dismissed the homicide charge filed against Patrick after prosecutors failed to prove probable cause against Patrick during a preliminary hearing. While Patrick may have escaped the homicide charge, three others did not. Among the three is Patrick’s brother, Isaiah Wright. Two other suspects, Kewshawn Lonnel Hopewell and Itiq Tivone Green, remain on bail with Wright. All three will see the case move to a grand jury to determine if indictments will be made against them.

Both Patrick and Wright played JUCO football at East Mississippi Community College, the program featured in the Netflix series “Last Chance U.” Patrick transferred to Indiana, where he was on a medical hardship at the time of the incident. He was later suspended by the school as well in light of the charge filed against him.