A WODONGA man, 21, was last night remanded in custody after Wodonga detectives made arrests they say are linked to a weekend crime spree.
Jack Donald McLean was charged with two counts of aggravated burglary, one count of theft, criminal damage and possess a drug of dependence.
Last night he faced an out-of-sessions hearing where he was remanded to appear at Wodonga Magistrates’ Court today.
Wodonga Detective Sgt Graeme Simpfendorfer said it was one of five arrests following a raid on a Menzies Street home at 7.30am yesterday.
A girl, 17, was arrested in relation to aggravated burglary and was released pending further inquiries.
Three boys, all 17, were arrested and charged with one count of burglary.
Sgt Simpfendorfer said the charges relate to a break-in at West Wodonga Medical Centre where a defibrillator was stolen and dumped nearby.
It was one of 20 burglaries and break-ins on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights being investigated by police.
Sgt Simpfendorfer said police were also continuing inquiries into several break-ins into cars.
A West Wodonga man, 18, was charged in relation to a break-in at Catholic College Wodonga on Saturday afternoon.