Three people have been arrested after a major police operation over two nights in Glenroi over the weekend.
Police Chief Inspector Peter Atkins said officers "door-knocked 90 residences" over Friday and Saturday nights around the Cootes estate area.
"We arrested a number of persons," he said.
Chief Inspector Atkins said the operation was "intelligence gathering" following the spate of cars being set alight this year and in regards to illegal trail bike riding in the area.
MAP: The area under investigation
He said a boy, 14, had been arrested for breach of bail. He had appeared via video link in Orange Children's Court and had been granted conditional bail.
Chief Inspector Atkins said a man, 50, from Orange had been charged with being a disqualified driver and had been granted conditional bail to appear in Orange Local Court on July 1.
And he said an Orange man, 42, had been arrested on Winter Street at 10pm on Saturday and was charged with possessing a prescribed restricted substance.
Chief Inspector Atkins said police were also awaiting the results of drug tests from the man.
In an unrelated matter police have also charged a 23-year-old Orange man over an affray on May 17 at a licensed premises on Lords Place.
The man has been charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm, affray and breach of bail.
Chief Inspector Atkins said the man's bail had been refused and he was due to appear in Orange Local Court on Monday, May 27.
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