A 26-year-old Orange man will remain in custody following an alleged aggravated break and enter which occurred in Narromine.
On Tuesday, Narromine police Sergeant Darren Wilkins said police arrested and charged the man for an aggravated break and enter which occurred in Murgah Street on June 11.
“A male was identified by police after CCTV footage was disseminated to local and surrounding Local Area Commands,” Sergeant Wilkins said.
“The victim had recently installed the system in her house which captured the offence.’’
After appearing in Dubbo Local Court on Wednesday, the 26-year-old was bail refused by the magistrate and will remain in custody.
He next appears at Dubbo Local Court on July 27, 2012.
In other news police were called to a Trangie address on Sunday as a result of a 49-year-old man threatening self-harm.
Sergeant Wilkins said the man came out of a caravan with two large knives and stated he wanted police to shoot him.
“The male retreated back to the caravan for a short while whilst police attempted to negotiate with him,” Sergeant Wilkins said.
“He again exited the caravan with the knives and brandished them towards police stating he wanted police to shoot him.
“He later charged at one of the officers who deployed a taser which incapacitated the male.”
The 49-year-old was then arrested and conveyed to Dubbo Base Hospital for mental health assessment.