UPDATE, 12.30pm: A wanted Warrnambool man arrested early Monday morning has been remanded in custody until mid April.
Michael Proctor, of Laverock Road, did not apply for bail in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court and will be held in custody until April 15.
Custody management issues included withdrawing from illicit drug use.
Earlier: A wanted 27-year-old Warrnambool man was arrested early Monday morning and will appear in court today for a remand/bail hearing.
Warrnambool police Acting Sergeant Brooke Pollock said the accused was alleged to have committed a range of offences during the past six weeks.
"He was found at a Crawley Street address early Monday morning, was arrested and will appear in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court later today for a bail/remand hearing," she said.
Acting Sergeant Pollock said the charges dated back to January 4 and included theft of a vehicle, burglary, trespass, theft, nine counts of deception, driving while disqualified and reckless driving related charges.
Police will allege the man drove on the wrong side of Donovans Road at 11am on February 1 in an effort to avoid being pulled over by police.
Acting Sergeant Pollock said that in early January police allege the man went to Ryans Transport where he stole a vehicle.
"Overnight on January 28 it's alleged he went to a Warrnambool address where he stole wallet from a car containing $150 in cash and personal cards," she said.
"He's then used a bank card nine times to purchase good valued at $650 from various retail outlets."
It's also alleged that the man entered an Examiner Crescent property on February 2 and stole sports equipment and power tools.
Police say some of those items were found at the Crawley Street address when the man was arrested on Monday morning.