Bradley Frost remembered by neighbours after being allegedly bashed to death by two men on pushbikes
A man who was allegedly bashed to death by two men on pushbikes has been remembered by his community as a ‘beautiful soul’.
Bradley Frost, 62, suffered critical head injuries after he was allegedly attacked by two men on pushbikes while on his driveway in Victoria Drive, Modbury in Adelaide’s northeast.
Paramedics rushed Mr Frost to Royal Adelaide Hospital, where he passed away the following day.
Police launched an investigation into the incident, which they deemed as ‘not a random attack’.
Officers arrested a 32-year-old man just after 5pm on Friday over the alleged brutal assault.
He was charged with aggravated assault causing serious harm and was refused bail.
The charge is anticipated to be upgraded to a more serious charge of either murder or manslaughter following the 62-year-old’s passing.
Following news Mr Frost had passed, neighbours paid their respects to the beloved local who they said was ‘always willing to help’.
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