The South Jersey chapter of the National Action Network and the family of a man who died in May after a struggle with police will hold a rally Saturday in Berlin.

The march to bring attention to the case of Keith Briscoe, who had schizophrenia, is expected to start at noon at Steininger Behavioral Care Services, 128 Berlin-Cross Keys Rd. said Gordon P. Sunkett, the chapter's vice president and Briscoe's cousin.

The march will move to the Wawa store nearby on Berlin-Cross Keys Road, where Briscoe died, Sunkett said. For three years, Briscoe, of Waterford, was a regular at the Wawa, where he went on the days he had treatment at Steininger. Authorities said a Winslow officer saw him loitering outside the store on May 3 and asked him to leave, and he refused.

Briscoe, 36, went into cardiac arrest and died after the struggle with at least four officers and bystanders, said authorities. - Darran Simon