A teen allegedly spotted riding a motorbike along footpaths in Orange has fronted Orange Children's Court charged with a string of offences.
The 16-year-old boy was arrested on Thursday, November 25, after Central West Police District officers commenced an investigation following reports of a blue Yamaha motorcycle being stolen from a business on Peisley Street.
The Yamaha was sighted on numerous occasions riding on streets and footpaths throughout the city.
Following inquiries, Police attended a home in Glenroi where they arrested the teenager and charged him with a range of traffic, property and firearm-related offences.
Police also seized cannabis, a mobile phone and the Yamaha motorcycle from the home.
The 16-year-old has been slapped with multiple charges including larceny and aggravated break and enter.
He's also facing seven counts of riding a bike while not holding a license, which police will allege was also unregistered, not wearing an approved helmet and driving recklessly at speed in a dangerous manner.
He was also served with two outstanding arrest warrants for firearm and traffic related offences.
The teen was refused bail to appear at a Children's Court on Monday, November 29.
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