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It could be. A couple of ways to check: either take the negative battery off overnight or for 18 hours, and see if battery does not go flat-then you know you have a drain somewhere. Or you could remove all power to the radio overnight (by pulling radio fuses or unplugging the radio), then see if the battery has drained any.
Sounds like you fried a circuit or two. The battery light means the alternator is not charging the battery which you know. The charging circuits will need to be checked, it could be a fuse or a fuseable link which is a wire that acts like a fuse.