A man who drove a tractor in a Corowa Street before being arrested by police forced to use capsicum spray to allegedly subdue him has been refused bail.
Benjamin Anthony Dinan made a brief appearance in Albury Local Court on Monday morning over the incident, via a video link to Junee jail.
Dinan was unable to show cause as to why he should not continue to be held in custody pending his next appearance, which will be on August 20.
He is charged with possess prohibited drug, possess implements to enter or drive a vehicle, a second offence of drive while disqualified, two counts of assault police, resist police, intimidate police and breach of an apprehended violence order.
Dinan was arrested after police received a report on Saturday about 9pm that someone was driving a tractor in the area around Malbec Court.
When police arrived, witnesses said the driver was hiding behind a fence.
It is alleged that Dinan became aggressive with police as they tried to arrest him.