A Dubbo manwill serve his second jail sentence in the community, after he bit a publican and threatened to sexually assault two female police officers while drunk.
The 20-year-old had been drinking at the South Dubbo Tavern on December 23 last year, when staff asked him to leave because of his drunk and unruly behaviour.
In court documents, Charters verbally abused staff and refused to leave, before the pub owner intervened and he finally left.
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However, while outside Charters began urinating near the drive-through bottle shop and told the tavern manager to "f--k off" before yelling and swearing at him.
Shortly after the pair began to wrestle, and in an attempt to stop the assault, the publican put him in a headlock while he was on the ground.
Charters managed to gouge the publican's left eye and nose, and also bite him under the left arm and chest several times.
Court documents said Charters was "trying to get the victim off him, as he was having a panic attack and couldn't breathe".
When Charters managed to break free he ran off along Boundary Road before police arrested him and took him back to Dubbo Police Station.
While in custody, Charters made threats to two female police officers.
"You wait 'till they open that door, you're gone," he said.
"I'm gonna stab you and gonna f--k your mother.
"I'll find you and I'm gonna rape you both."
In Dubbo Local Court on Friday defence lawyer Jessica Kitch said Charters had come from a background of disadvantage, however had engaged with drug and alcohol counselling once a fortnight, and was now on medication for mental health issues.
"He doe suffer from mental health issues, he's on meds now and has been for a period of time," she said.
Ms Kitch said at the time of the offence Charters had been under the influence of alcohol and drugs, mainly ice and cocaine. However since his arrest Charters had remained abstinent and "done all the right things".
The court heard Charters had a limited criminal history as an adult, however had plans to relocate to Sydney and gain employment as a forklift driver in a factory.
In May this year, the court heard Charters had received an intensive corrections order (ICO) - a community-based prison sentence for other matters after the assault.
Magistrate Gary Wilson said if the assault happened after the ICO was imposed Charters would be spending time behind bars.
"For some unprovoked reason you jumped out of the car and attacked [the publican]," Magistrate Wilson said.
"Then you've come up with the excuse you were having a panic attack, which is no excuse whatsoever for what you did.
"For you to make those stupid comments that you did ... police don't need that sort of behaviour, intimidation whatever you want to call it."
Charters was convicted and sentenced to a 15-month term of imprisonment to be served in the community in the form of an intensive corrections order.
He was also ordered to abstain from alcohol and drugs, continue his engagement with drug, alcohol and mental health counselling and fined $500.
"You've got a history of violence and I can assure you, if you reoffend in the next 15 months, that you'll end up in full time imprisonment," Magistrate Wilson said.