A man has been found guilty of manslaughter after he hit a man with his car following a dispute in Rowan Way, Bognor, last year.
Walter Brazil, 42, of Collyer Avenue, Bognor, had denied murdering 20-year-old Charlie Hancock on 13 May.
The jury found him not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter. He has been jailed for 12 years.
A trial at Lewes Crown Court heard the two were travelling in a Chrysler Voyager vehicle being driven by Brazil. There was an argument and Mr Hancock got out of the car. Brazil then hit him with the car and drove off.
Mr Hancock, of Nyetimber Lane, Pagham was taken to St Richards Hospital, Chichester, at 10pm but sadly died from a severe head injury in the early hours the following day.
Brazil was arrested and charged with murder.
After the case Detective Inspector Wendy Burton from Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team said: "We are pleased that Charlie's family have got justice for his death. This has been a difficult time for them and our thoughts and sympathies are with them."
Sussex Police say they are concerned for the welfare of Aelfred 'Aelfi' Morris, 27, who has not been seen since he set off for a cycle ride to Felpham on Saturday, 15 June. His disappearance is out of character and his family are very concerned.
He set off from Worthing to cycle to his grandmother's in Felpham but he never arrived and has not made any contact with his family. Insp Steve Rayland said: "We and his family are increasingly concerned as Aelfred suffers from depression and has not been out of touch with his family for so long."
Aelfred, who lives in Bognor, is described as slim, about 6' 3", he has short dark hair, a beard, and was wearing a cream hoodie and jeans. He is riding a blue mountain bike and is wearing a blue rucksack. Please call Sussex Police on 101 if you have any information.
An investigation is underway into the death of a man who was hit by a car in Bognor Regis. Charlie Hancock, who was 20, from Pagham, died at St Richards Hospital in Chichester this morning. A 41-year-old man, believed to be the driver of the car, has been arrested.
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