Mother of Buffalo Bills Fan Killed in Miami Begs Shooter to Come Forward

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – The mother of a Buffalo Bills fan who was fatally shot after a Miami Dolphins game is pleading for the shooter to come forward, seeking closure for her family’s grief. Susan Isaacs made the emotional plea outside the Miami Gardens Police Department, where she met with detectives to discuss her son’s case.
Dylan Brody Isaacs, 30, was killed near Hard Rock Stadium on Jan. 7 after attending the Dolphins game against the Bills. Over a month has passed without any arrests being made.
“He was everything,” Isaacs said at the press conference.
Isaacs and his friends were walking through traffic after the game when a driver of an older model silver four-door Honda Accord drove erratically and hit a pedestrian, according to police.
A family friend stated that after Isaacs ran toward the car, a man got out of the vehicle and fired shots before speeding off. Isaacs died on the scene.
The fleeing Honda Accord was located a day later in West Palm Beach after police issued an alert to Florida law enforcement agencies. A person of interest was questioned and then released, but Miami Gardens investigators have not confirmed if the shooter has been identified.
At the news conference, Isaacs emphasized the priority of healing, urging the shooter to come forward. “Just come forward, please, just come forward,” Isaacs said. “I can’t carry any other feelings but the hurt I feel for my son, it will never go away. I got to live with this for the rest of my life.”
To assist in the investigation, a reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for anonymous tips leading to the arrest of the shooter who killed Dylan Isaacs. Anyone with information on this homicide is urged to call Miami Gardens Police Homicide Detective M. Lissade at 305-474-1620. To remain anonymous, contact Miami-Dade & the Florida Keys Crime Stoppers.