Wednesday, June 29, 2011

A Junior Football Star killed in a clash after Graduation Dinner

Isayah Muller
NEW YORK -- A high school football star was attempted and afterwards died in a clash with parking assistants over whether something was stolen from his family's car during his graduation ritual, police said. His father was accused Wednesday with attack stemming from the fight.

Isayah Muller, 19, a star running back who led his team to the Public Schools Athletic League championship, was hurried to a close by clinic Tuesday by his family and girlfriend and was later announced dead, said Paul Browne, the New York Police Department's chief spokesman.

The youngster's father, Andre Muller, was alleged with attack stemming from the fight in which he waved a weapon, police said. He was also alleged with criminal control of a weapon but wasn't charged of assaulting his son.

The officials were struggling to evaluate what kind of a weapon Muller used, police said.
Police were inquiring two parking assistants as the inquiry carry on.

The family arrived at the lot on Jerome Avenue in the Bronx at about 9 a.m. Tuesday and reached to the campus of Lehman College, where graduation was being held for students from Harry S. Truman High School. Subsequent the ceremony, the family headed back to the car, Browne said.

The clash blown up at first between Muller's father and parking attendants, whom he blamed of stealing something from his auto, Browne said. The father’s seen the property missing from the car while the family was en route to a celebratory meal Tuesday afternoon on City Island, a fishing hamlet on the northern tip of the Bronx.

Annoyed over the lost property, Andre Muller turned the car around and headed back to the parking lot, Browne said. The clash blown up and Isayah Muller was attacked in the chest, though it's not clear by whom. The father and son escape to the family car where his mother and girlfriend were coming up and they drove him to the clinic. Muller was later shifted to a hospital where he was declared dead shortly before 6 p.m., Browne said.

It's undisclosed how many persons were involved or who delivered the deadly blow. There was no reply at the garage early Wednesday.

Muller was lead to Nassau Community College in Garden City, Long Island, in the drop, according to his Facebook page.

He was a star running back who quickly for 285 yards during the high school championship game in November, winning 23-20 over the high-seeded Beach Channel. His progress was the talk of newspapers and television, and he was honored by his team fellows.

"Isayah Muller is the kind of player who steps up when the game is on the line," Truman coach John-James Shepherd told the Daily News of New York after the winning Nov. 28 game. "The more pressure he has the more calm he is."
Team quarterback Xavier Hamilton told newspapers and blogs that Muller was the team's go-to guy.

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