Wodonga man arrested on threat to kill charge

A WODONGA man was yesterday the second to be charged after police raids in West Wodonga last Friday.

Detectives charged Jared John Meers, 22, with threats to kill, assault with a weapon and breaching an intervention order.

Detective Leading Sen-Constable Aaron Ibbott said Meers was remanded in custody last night to face the Wodonga Magistrates Court on February 10.

Sen-Constable Ibbott said Albury police arrested Meers at the Albury railway station when he arrived from Newcastle at 4.30am yesterday.

Meers faced the Albury Local Court where he was extradited to Victoria and charged by Wodonga detectives.

Police said the charges relate to a domestic dispute in a Trudewind Road home on January 22 where a weapon was allegedly used to threaten a woman.

The incident sparked a raid on the Trudewind Road home on Friday and a raid involving tactical police on a Marshall Street home where ammunition, tasers, cross-bows and arrows were seized.

A man, 29, was arrested in the latter raid and was bailed on ammunition and weapon charges.