A 25-year-old man has been charged with 40 offences in relation to property crime incidents in the Mackay area.
Police say he allegedly carried out the string of offences between January 31 and February 3.
On February 1, at around 8am, it is believed he stole a Toyota Corolla from an Andergrove address and drove on the wrong side of the road before crashing into a pole.
It will be alleged the man left the scene on foot before a second vehicle, a Nissan Patrol, was stolen from a nearby address.
On February 3, the man allegedly broke into a property at Habana using a chainsaw, before arming himself with an axe and knife and threatening a resident.
It will be further alleged the man punched the resident, a man in his 70s, in the head.
The mans charges include, five counts of break and enter to dwellings, four counts of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, two counts each of serious assault and threatening violence.
He has been refused bail and will front court today.
Anyone with information or relevant CCTV and dashcam footage in relation to property crime offences in the Mackay area, are being urged to contact police.