Peacehaven: 'Police Injustice Protest' held at Sussex Police HQ after fatal collision

A 'Police Injustice Protest' is being held at Sussex Police headquarters in Lewes today as an officer is investigated after an unmarked police car collided with a 27-year-old man.

A protest is being held this today (May 7) outside Sussex Police headquarters in Lewes - to mark a week since Arthur Hoelscher-Ermert died after an unmarked police car was involved in a collision.

Arthur’s brother Karl organised the ‘Police Injustice Protest’ outside Sussex Police HQ in Malling House, Church Lane - the 30-year-old hopes the peaceful demonstration will ‘get this case moving’.

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Yesterday Sussex Police said it is continuing to 'fully support' an independent investigation into a collision involving an unmarked police car in Peacehaven in which a man sadly died.

Eddie Mitchell

Dozens of protests have bee pictured with placards as they marched toward the headquarters.

Eddie Mitchell