Family of second Super Bowl parade murder suspect launches GoFundMe for medical bills

Alleged killer, Dominic Miller, 18, is referred to as a "victim" on the fundraising website.

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Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
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It has been revealed that the family of a second alleged Kansas City Chief's Super Bowl parade shooter has set up a GoFundMe donation page to help with hospital bills.

Alleged killer, Dominic Miller, 18, is referred to as a "victim" on the fundraising website. The account was created by Miller's sister Haylee Scott, 22, who wrote that "times would be tough."



A picture of Miller lying in a hospital bed is featured on the donation page. The suspect was reportedly shot once in the stomach during the mass shooting on Feb. 14. He underwent surgery at University Health Truman Medical Center, per the Daily Mail.

It appears that Miller's GoFundMe has been removed after it received $85.00.


Miller was charged with second-degree murder on Tuesday over the killing of local radio DJ Lisa Lopez-Galvan.

In addition to Miller, the mother of alleged gunman, Lyndell Mays, created a fundraising site to help him navigate this "tragic time."

Mays' mother Teneal Burnside set up the fundraiser for her 23-year-old son, who remains hospitalized after the shooting and is also one of the suspects. That shooting took the life of a mother of two and injured many more including more than a dozen children. Mays suffered 9 gunshot wounds and has been hospitalized since the incident, per the New York Post.

The fundraiser, which has since been deleted, read "He is in the ICU fighting for a recovery from several surgeries from going to the Chiefs’ Super Bowl celebration with his older sister."

Mays has been charged with second-degree murder as well as armed criminal action and unlawful use of a weapon.
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