Police alleged Mr Brown armed himself with a knife before confronting a 32-year-old service station employee who was leaving work on Windsor Parade about 10pm on October 12.

When confronted, police said the employee allegedly threw a drink at Mr Brown who reportedly fled on foot through a carpark towards Wheelers Lane.

A crime scene was established by Orana Mid-Western Police District officers and following inquiries, Mr Brown was arrested after he was allegedly seen riding a grey Trek mountain bike along Macquarie Street in about 7.45pm on October 16.

Police granted Mr Brown bail and in court, his defence lawyer Carmen Just entered pleas of not guilty to all charges on his behalf.

Magistrate Roger Prowse adjourned the case to a date in November.

Extracted in full from: Shelton Brown: Dubbo teen pleads not guilty to knife charge | Daily Telegraph