Former Last Chance U star Isaiah will have murder charges against him dropped after reaching an agreement with prosecutors in Tennessee. The Knoxville News Sentinel reported on the situation on Wednesday.
Wright is now out of jail, where he had been held since September 2017 when he was charged with the crime.
According to the report, Wright pleaded guilty to facilitation of aggravated robbery. He was given a five-year supervisory probation and sentence and was given credit for time served. Wright will also have the following provision, as reported by the Knoxville News Sentinel:
Additionally, the plea deal requires Wright, 20, to provide truthful information about his older brother, Camion Patrick. Patrick also was charged in the killing, but a judge dismissed his case last year.
Patrick was also charged in the murder last year, but charges were dropped in November 2017. He was a former running back at Indiana University.