A man has been charged in relation to possession of a replica pistol and the alleged assault of two police officers in Orange.
Police were called to a licensed premises on Lords Place just before 3pm on Sunday, after reports of a man with a firearm sticking out of his pants.
A 36-year-old man believed to be drug affected was arrested with a replica fire arm and a flick knife in his pants pocket.
Due to his drug affected state, the man was taken to Orange Health Service via ambulance.
During the trip to hospital, the man allegedly assaulted two female senior constables who were assisting in the ambulance.
He allegedly bit one officer and kicked the other before being restrained.
The man was charged for possession of an unauthorised prohibited firearm, possession of a prohibited weapon and assault of police officers.
In an unrelated incident, police attended a house in Tynan Street on Sunday afternoon to find an 18-year-old man had stabbed his father in the hand.
Both were taken to hospital with minor injuries and the man assisted police with their inquiries.
A 13-year-old boy from Orange was charged with malicious damage and breaching bail after police alleged he damaged a car at a residential home.
He was refused bail to appear in Orange Children's Court on Monday.
Police have recovered a bicycle after it was stolen from outside a restaurant in Summer Street.
Chief Inspector Atkins said the owner was eating at the time of the incident and police later spotted a 14-year-old boy riding the bicycle in Glenroi Avenue.
"It was an expensive bicycle, it was worth thousands of dollars," he said.
The boy was charged with stealing and bail refused to appear in Orange Children's Court on Monday.
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