An ambulance was called to treat a man who was due to face Orange Local Court on Thursday after being charged with the several armed robberies in June and July.
Paul William Mooney, 50, was arrested at Orange Police Station at about 3.45pm on Wednesday, before officers executed a search warrant on his Byng Street home half an hour later.
Police closed sections of Byng Street and Spring Street while they carried out the search warrant, where clothing and a number of items were seized.
Mr Mooney was unable to face court, but his solicitor Paul Johnson said his client intended to plead not guilty to several charges.
Mr Mooney was charged with armed robbery with a dangerous weapon relating to theft at The Victoria Hotel on July 20 as well as two counts of break and enter with intent to steal - one from Ashcroft's IGA on Piesley Street on July 13 and the other at the Orange Ex-Services' Country Club on Forrest Road on June 29.
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He was also charged with setting a bushfire and being reckless about it spreading after allegedly lighting a fire near Springside on Tuesday.
Central West Police District Acting Superintendent Peter Atkins confirmed no firearms had been found at the address, and the investigation was still ongoing.
He was arrested as part of Strike Force Naimo, which was established by Central West Police District's Criminal Investigation Unit in June following the break and enters.
He was refused bail, and is set to appear before Orange Local Court in November.
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