Tragic: Six Nations Man Murdered in Miami After Bills Game

MIAMI, Florida – A man from Six Nations of the Grand River has tragically lost his life in Miami. The victim, Dylan Isaacs, 30, was reportedly shot near Hard Rock Stadium after attending the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins football game on Sunday.

According to Miami Garden Police, Isaacs and his friends were involved in an altercation with someone in a vehicle while walking through traffic. The situation escalated when the individual in the vehicle began shooting at Isaacs and his companions. Isaacs, a dedicated community member, had been working for the First Nation since 2021 as an archaeological community monitor.

Elected Chief Sherri-Lyn Hill expressed her condolences, stating, “This truly is sad news. We extend our deepest condolences to his family and friends.” In response to the tragic event, an online fundraiser has been launched to assist Isaacs’ family with funeral expenses and bring his body back to Six Nations.

The loss of Isaacs has undoubtedly devastated his community, and the circumstances surrounding his death have raised concerns about safety in the Miami area. The investigation into this senseless act of violence is ongoing, and authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward. This tragedy serves as a stark reminder of the impact of gun violence on individuals and their communities, both locally and globally.

Dylan Isaacs’ untimely death has left his loved ones and community in mourning, and efforts are underway to support his family during this difficult time. As the investigation continues, the community awaits answers and justice for Isaacs.