Officers arrested a 32-year-old Inverell male at a storage facility in Oliver Street shortly after 1pm on Tuesday in relation to a number of outstanding matter.
The male was taken to the station where a crime scene warrant was applied for.
Police and the male later returned to the storage facility where a search revealed items allegedly connected to a several non-residential break and enters in the township between late September and early November 2019.
The male was returned to the station and charged with domestic violence offences allegedly from October 31 common assault and malicious damage.
He was also charged with two counts of larceny from a stealing at a non-residential premises in Byron Street on September 29 and October 7, two counts of break and enter from non-residential premises in Swanbrook Road on the evening of Sunday, November 3 and early hours of Monday, November 4.
His other charges included possess prohibited drug in connection to items allegedly in his possession upon his arrest. The male has been refused bail to appear via video link to Armidale Local Court sometime today.
Meanwhile, between midnight and 9am Wednesday, November 6 entry was gained to a vehicle parked in Brae Street where a piece of electrical equipment was stolen.
At approximately 3.30am on Wednesday evening, there was an attempted break and enter at a Shirley Street address. An offender was disturbed attempting to open a window.
Also around a similar time a resident disturbed a male exiting a premises in Jack Street. It is alleged a bag containing a wallet and a mobile telephone was stolen from the premises.
Inverell Police are reminding residents to ensure motor vehicles and houses are secured especially at night and valuables not left in plain sight.
It is also imperative that residents contact Police (via 000) if they detect any suspicious behaviour at the time it is occurring.
Anyone with information in relation to the above matters are urged to contact Inverell Police on 6722 0599 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.