Best friend launches funeral appeal for student stabbed to death in Sheffield with heartbreaking message
A fundraising appeal has been launched to help pay for the funeral of young man stabbed to death in Sheffield.
Isaiah Usen-Satchell, aged 18, was stabbed to death on St Aidan’s Road, Norfolk Park, in the early hours of New Year’s Day.
He was involved in a fight involving a group of men and suffered a fatal knife wound to his wrist.
The Leeds Trinity University student was taken to hospital but could not be saved and was pronounced dead that afternoon.
Five Rotherham men, aged between 18 and 27, were arrested over the fatal stabbing and released on police bail pending further enquiries.
They are due to answer their bail next month.
Isaiah’s friend, Levi Fallon, has set up a fundraising appeal on Facebook to help pay for the funeral.
He said: “Isaiah has impacted a lot of people's lives and it was a very devastating loss for his friends and family.
“It would be much appreciated if everyone could come together and donate to create the best send off for this young man. Also to raise awareness for knife crime in Sheffield and the UK, and show what it can take from people - a son, a twin brother, a student or a best friend who should've had a future.”
Anyone with information about the murder should call South Yorkshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111 and quote incident 458 of January 1.
Click HERE to donate to the fundraising appeal.