Tributes paid to ‘lovely young man with promising future’ stabbed to death in Sheffield on New Year's Day
Tributes have been paid to a young man stabbed to death in a fight in Sheffield on New Year’s Day.
Isaiah Edward Usen-Satchell, aged 18, was stabbed when violence flared on St Aidan’s Road, Norfolk Park, in the early hours of yesterday.
He was taken to hospital with stab wounds but medics were unable to save him and he was pronounced dead a short time later.
Three men, two aged 18 and one aged 20, were arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in police custody this morning as detectives continue to piece together the circumstances surrounding the knife attack.
Tributes have been paid to Isaiah online, with his twin sister Iman Anne Usen-Satchell among those to remember him.
Posting on Facebook, she said: “It’s so satisfying and relieving to know that he touched so many people’s lives and that so many people genuinely love him.”
Sally Mottram said Isaiah will be ‘missed by lots of people’ and Aangel Turton described him as ‘such a beautiful person inside and out’.
Lisa Hulme described Isaiah as ‘such a character and a gentleman’ and called him ‘a true star’.
Jodie Myles posted: “He was a wonderful boy. I feel now, looking back on it, that he made teaching days better with his huge smile and sense of mischief. I cried a lot today, so needless.”
Naomi Celleste said Isaiah was ‘a lovely young man with a promising future’.
A police cordon remains in place and under guard this morning at the crime scene.