Police had their work cut out on the weekend with two significant arrests.
Inspector Matt Hinton said at 6.30pm Saturday officers noticed a 27-year-old man in Goldsmith Street who had been wanted on six-month-old outstanding warrants for domestic violence and intimidation, acquiring firearm parts and custody of a knife in a public place.
The man, who has links to Goulburn and the ACT, ran off upon seeing police and jumped residential fences.
Officers established a perimeter with their vehicles and commenced a search. They located the male at a Nicholson Street house.
He was arrested and charged on the outstanding warrants and subsequently refused bail by police. He was again refused bail at Goulburn Local Court on Monday and ordered to reappear on February 24.
At the same time on Saturday, officers also came across a 48-year-old Campbelltown man who ran from them after allegedly breaking into a business premises on the corner of Kinghorne and Victoria Streets. Inspector Hinton said he was found in the Opal Street area after also jumping fences.
Police will allege that the man forced a window on the business premises and stole a bicycle valued at $5000.
He was charged with break, enter and steal, and trespass. He was refused bail by police and then again by Goulburn Local Court on Monday. He will reappear in the same jurisdiction on February 24.