A Bomaderry man spotted by a member of the public allegedly breaking into a car in a Nowra CBD car park on Friday night has been granted bail.
Adrian Grundy, 36, faces charges of larceny, goods in personal custody suspected of being stolen, entering a vehicle without consent of the owner, resisting arrest, carrying cutting weapon, custody of a knife in a public place and malicious damage.
It is alleged Grundy was seen by a member of the public breaking into a sedan in the Egans Lane car park around 6.45pm on September 8.
Police attended the scene and allegedly found Grundy inside the car, holding several items of property.
He allegedly struggled with police before being handcuffed.
When searched, police allegedly found a knife, a Visa card and items of jewellery.
Grundy was taken to Nowra Police Station and charged and initially refused bail.
He appeared before a special bail hearing of Nowra Local Court on Saturday and was sent for a mental health assessment.
He reappeared in court on Sunday before registrar Ben Brooks and was granted bail to appear on September 25.