A star of the Netflix documentary series “Last Chance U,” about the East Mississippi Community College football program, and his brother have been charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of a Tennessee man Thursday.

Isaiah S. Wright, 20, who featured prominently in the show, and his brother, Camion D. Patrick, 22, who played at East Mississippi before filming of the show started, were among four men charged in the fatal stabbing of 18-year-old Caleb Radford. Each brother was charged with one count of homicide. Radford was found stabbed multiple times on a street in Louisville, Tennessee, July 25.

Police in Alcoa, Tennessee, announced in August the arrest of the other two men sought in the killing, Keshawn Hopewell, 21, and Itiq Green, 28.

Both Wright and Patrick were arrested Wednesday. Wright was arrested in Harriman, Tennessee, while Patrick was arrested in Bloomington, Indiana, by the University of Indiana Police.

Patrick played wide receiver and running back at the college, but was sidelined due to injuries and in July was granted a medical hardship waiver that allowed him to keep his scholarship and stay at the school without playing football. Patrick was a once a recruit to the University of Tennessee, but ended up at East Mississippi.

Wright played running back at East Mississippi. Wright received attention from several colleges including Auburn, but enrolled at Division II West Georgia. He left the school before the 2017 season, according to ESPN.

The Netflix series discussed the boy’s problems growing in foster care.