A 29-year-old man has been charged with a string of rural crime offences near Dandaloo.
About 10.45am on Saturday, officers attached to Orana Mid Western Police District received reports an unknown vehicle was being driven through paddocks at a rural property near Dandaloo, about 100 kilometres west of Dubbo.
Police attended and spoke with two men, aged 28 and 33, who were located alongside the vehicle which had became bogged in a paddock.
During a search of the vehicle, police seized a number of alleged animal hunting and catching items.
The 29-year-old man was arrested and taken to Dubbo Police Station.
Investigators from the NSW Police Force Rural Crime Prevention Team commenced an investigation into the matter.
About 1pm on Saturday, the man was charged with giving a false name, entering enclosed agricultural land possess net trap, and enter enclosed lands without a lawful excuse.
He was also charged with fraud offences, biosecurity offences, livestock transportation offences, animal cruelty offences, steal cattle - less than $5000, NPWS offences and livestock transport offences relating to the alleged theft of rangeland goats from the Gilgandra area in 2020, and breach of bail.
He appeared before bail court on Sunday where he was refused bail and will appear before the same court on Wednesday, January 13.