Robbery: four charged

Four men have faced court after an armed robbery in Parramatta on Friday afternoon. It is believed the four men armed with machetes entered a Melville Streetbusiness at about 3pm on Friday, January 27.
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Police said the men threatened staff and demandedmoney before fleeing the area with cash.

A short time later, the four men were arrested in a blue hatchback. Aman, 19,two men aged 20 and aman, 25, were taken toParramattapolice station and charged with robbery in company. They were all refused bail and appeared inParramattaLocal Court on Saturday, January 28.

Intoxicated man threatens staffA man has been charged with numerous offences after he threatened staff and police in Parramatta over the weekend.

Police said the Dundas Valley man, 36, was removed from a Church Street restaurant after drunkenly threatening staff at about 1.45pm on Saturday, January 28.

The man left the restaurant thenbecame involved in a fight outside a convenience store.

A short time later, the man was seen at Prince Alfred Park carrying two steak knives, which were stolen from a restaurant.

Police arrested the man after reportsof him threateninganother man at the park.

He was taken to Parramatta police station where hethreatened police and attempted to assault an officer.

The man was charged with affray, custody of a knife, armed with intent to commit an offence, larceny, assaulting police and intimidatingapolice officer.

The man was bail refused and will appear in court at a later date.

Man charged for stealing copperA man caught stealing copper in North Parramatta has been charged with larceny.

Police saidthe Parramatta man, 46,entered private hospital grounds and removed copper piping from the location at about4.40pm on Sunday, January 29.

Security at the location witnessed the man steal the copper piping and called police, who arrested the man.

He was taken to Parramatta Police Station where he was charged with larceny and will appear in court at a later date.

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