Police Investigate Death of Byron Bay DJ

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Chris Bradley was well known in the close-knit Byron Bay dance music scene. Photo: Facebook

POLICE ARE investigating the death of a Sydney-born DJ who collapsed and died during a Christmas night celebration in Byron Bay as a homicide.

Chris Bradley, 28, was well known in the close-knit Byron Bay dance music scene, going by the cheeky moniker of ‘DJ Dad Bod’.

The Cronulla man had moved to the North Coast to live out his music passion and is being remembered on social media as “funny, talented and warm hearted”, the Northern Star reported.

Mr Bradley was unable to be revived after he reportedly collapsed at a residence in Carlyle St about 11.30pm on Monday night.

“At this stage, police are continuing to treat the incident as a homicide investigation,” a NSW Police spokeswoman told The Daily Telegraph.

“Detectives are investigating the possibility the man died following an altercation.”

A criminal investigation has since been launched by the State Crime Command Homicide Squad, together with Tweed-Byron detectives.


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