Family Asks For Public’s Help After Man Dies In Rock Hill Police Custody
ROCK HILL, S.C. — On Monday night the family of a man who died in police custody in Rock Hill raised money to conduct their own autopsy.
Cell phone video shared with WCCB Charlotte shows the last moments anyone besides officials saw Cedarian Crow alive.
Rock Hill police found the 36-year-old unresponsive in a police car after a domestic violence arrest on February 29.
He died at the hospital.
Family and friends held a justice rally at a church in Charlotte’s Belmont neighborhood.
Crow’s aunt talked about how much his loss has impacted her.
“My heart is so heavy. Because, its like a part of me is gone. Not only did I lose a son. I lost my protector.”
Authorities have not released any details about how Crow died.
Sled is handling the investigation.
To donate to the family a GoFundMe page has been established called ‘Justice For Cedarian’.