A man has been charged with more than 20 offences after armed police responded to calls at a Scottish caravan park.
Andrew Miller appeared at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Friday, 24 hours after officers descended on Thurston Manor Leisure Park near Innerwick, East Lothian at around 8am on Thursday, July 6.
More than a dozen Police Scotland vehicles and a special operations team from the Scottish Ambulance Service rushed to the scene before Miller, 23, Daniel Wilson, 26, and a third man were arrested.
A “disturbance” is alleged to have broken out after officers, including those from the force’s armed division, attended.
Miller was charged with two counts of assault, two offences under the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 and an offence under the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995, 11 counts of theft by housebreaking, five road traffic offences and culpable and reckless conduct with danger to life during a private hearing.
Wilson, meanwhile, was charged with assault, along with two other offences under the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 and Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995 respectively.
The third man, aged 19, was later released without charge, the Crown Officer and Procurator Fiscal Service said.
Both men made no plea and were committed to appear within the next eight days.