A FACEBOOK row over money has ended with a man facing serious criminal charges.
Police said the 27-year-old Batlow man became embroiled in an argument with several people in Eurabbie Street last Saturday night.
The next day he made a number of threatening comments on Facebook and later attended a house on Selwyn Street armed with a piece of black plastic pipe, police allege.
He was arrested on Monday and taken to Tumut police station where he was charged with being armed with intent to commit indictable offence, possessing an offensive implement and three counts of intimidation.
He was granted conditional bail to Tumut Local Court on January 11.
In other police news, Cootamundra police are investigating a break-in at a Sutton Street service station on Monday morning.
Cigarettes were stolen.
Police have charged a 51-year-old man with possessing a prohibited drug after they allegedly found him carrying a capped syringe containing methamphetamine.
The man was stopped by police as he rode a bicycle on Wombat Street, Young, about 10.40am on Tuesday.
A Batlow man, 21, has been charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm after a domestic incident in Bartoman Street on Sunday morning.
He will face Tumut Local Court on January 11.
And a 31-year-old Harden man has been charged with assault and intimidation following a domestic incident in Redbank Street about 7am on Wednesday.
He will front Cootamundra Local Court on January 4.
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