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A sentence for the son who caused the blockade of Byron

One member of the father and son duo, who traveled from east of Sydney to Byron Bay and caused the seven-day blockade, will be sentenced on Monday.

Kristian Radovanovic, 19, will be sentenced to the Waverley District Court after pleading guilty to all four charges against him.

This includes two that do not comply with electronic registration, one that does not comply with instructions, and one that does not wear a face mask by public transport or taxi.

His 52-year-old father, Zoran, was allegedly treated for COVID-19 at Lismore Base Hospital after being tested positive for the virus.

However, the pair from Rose Bay then traveled to the Northern Rivers area in late July.

As a result, Byron Bay and its surrounding areas were closed for a week in August.

Zoran has granted four fleas of non-compliance with the electronic registration (QR code), but faces three additional fleas of non-compliance with the COVID instructions.

His proceedings will also be mentioned in the Lismore District Court on Monday.

A sentence for the son who caused the blockade of Byron

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