A 34-year-old city man is facing a half dozen charges including assault with a weapon.
The North Bay Police Service says on July 25 a person went to a social service agency on Main Street West, became agitated, damaged property and attempted to assault an employee, before fleeing.
Police say on August 11 the accused went to the office of a charity on Main Street East and was behaving in a volatile manner.
That’s when police say two employees locked an inner door with the accused then throwing property at the door, brandishing an edged weapon and making threats.
He fled but officers made an arrest a short time later.
Police say the accused and the victims, who were not injured, are not known to each another.
The accused was held in custody pending a bail hearing at the North Bay Courthouse.