A MAN who allegedly assaulted and threatened a high-ranking policewoman has been arrested and charged.
Police arrested the 30-year-old while he was walking along Swan Street in North Albury about 7.30am on Thursday.
The female policewoman was off duty on March 27 and was with a friend near an Albury building site.
They saw a woman inside the fencing and a vehicle parked nearby.
The policewoman identified herself and spoke to the woman and a man appeared from near the car and attempted to leave.
When the policewoman tried to stop the pair, the man pushed the officer and threatened her and her friend with a knife.
The man has been charged with nine offences including larceny, assaulting an officer in execution of duty, causing actual bodily harm, wielding a knife in a public place, and being armed with intent to commit an indictable offence.
Bail was refused and he is due to appear in Albury Local Court on Wednesday.
The 40-year-old woman involved in the incident was arrested at a Swan Street home on March 28.
She will appear in court on April 14.
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