A suspected drug dealer is due to appear before a judge charged with supplying the heroin that killed a Brighton man.
Sussex Police said: “A man has been charged in connection with the death of man in Brighton.
“Robert Skipper, 28, of no fixed address was found dead at a property in Royal Crescent, where he was staying at the time, on (Thursday) 2 October 2014.
“A post mortem revealed he died from a heroin overdose.
“Ceejay Licorish, Cromwell Road, London has been charged for supply of heroin in connection with his death.
“He appeared at Lewes Crown Court on (Wednesday) 27 May and will next appear at Isleworth Crown Court at a date to be set.”
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