A Parkes man and three others allegedly behind a Bathurst crime spree have been refused bail in Lithgow Local Court.
The men were charged with a string of offences on Wednesday night, following their arrest earlier in the day.
During the crime spree, police will allege a 35-year-old man was stabbed and had his car stolen, during an aggravated break, enter and steal in Macquarie Street, West Bathurst.
He suffered two stab wounds to the leg and underwent surgery. The vehicle was later found burnt out.
Hours later, a 52-year-old man asleep in his car in Stephens Lane was allegedly assaulted and robbed.
Police further allege a samurai sword was thrown through the passenger side window of a vehicle travelling along Lambert Street, at 2.30am.
Then about 3.20am, a motorcycle was stolen during an alleged aggravated break and enter in Moresby Way.
Shortly before 6am it will be alleged the men returned to the premises where they were confronted by an occupant who was assaulted by the men before leaving the scene prior to police arrival.
On Wednesday morning police were conducting inquiries in Moresby Way when the four men again returned to the location.
One of the men allegedly smashed a CCTV camera at the house with a large paling stake.
Police attempted to arrest the 24-year-old man before he allegedly threw the paling stake at the officers, narrowly missing them. The man fled in a vehicle with the other males.
About 7.45am, police attended an address in Bannerman Crescent, Kelso, and arrested the 24-year-old man.
Upon sighting police, a 25-year-old man attempted to avoid police by jumping over a fence but was arrested after a short foot pursuit.
A 32-year-old man was arrested at the scene without incident.
The fourth man, aged 27 from Parkes, was arrested at West Bathurst, shortly before 1pm.
As a result, the 24-year-old was charged with a sting of offences including robbery in company cause wounding/grievous bodily harm, aggravated assault with intent to rob, aggravated break and enter dwelling in company. Police charged the Parkes man and a 32-year-old Bathurst man with offences including robbery in company cause wounding/grievous bodily harm.
A 25-year-old Perthville man was also charged.
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