4 charged in Alcoa stabbing death of 18-year-old

ALCOA, Tenn. (WVLT) -- City of Alcoa Police Chief David Carswell announced Wednesday that two more men were charged in the criminal homicide of an 18-year-old Maryville man. Four men total are now charged in connection to the teen's death.

On July 25, Alcoa Police Department officers were dispatched to Topside Road at Buck Drive at 10:42 p.m. for reports of a male who had suffered multiple stab wounds. After Caleb Thomas Radford, 18, of Maryville was pronounced dead at UT Medical Center, authorities announced the investigation into his "apparent homicide."

Continuing the Radford homicide investigation, detectives from multiple agencies and authorities from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation worked to assist in finding those responsible for the homicide.

On August 3, Alcoa Police identified two men charged in connection with the stabbing death as Keshawn Lonnell Hopewell, 21, of Alcoa, and Itiq Tivone Green, 28, of Louisville.

Two additional men were charged in the homicide Wednesday. Camion D. Patrick, 22, of Knoxville was taken into custody by Indiana University campus police in Bloomington, Ind. Isaiah S. Wright, 20, of Harriman was taken into custody by Harriman police officers.

Hopewell, Green, Patrick, and Wright now all face criminal homicide charges.

Patrick will remain in Indiana pending an extradition hearing. Wright is being held in Harriman and will be transported by Blount County Sheriff’s deputies. Bonds and court appearances will be set upon their arrival in Blount County.