A REPORT of police incidents across the North Berwick area was presented to community councillors at their May meeting.

Officers received a total of 108 telephone calls from people in the North Berwick Coastal ward, with 14 crimes highlighted between March 28 and April 25.

One of the incidents highlighted came after reports of criminal activity in North Berwick Harbour and the West Beach area, linked to illegal fishing.

A man was arrested and charged, with a report sent to the Procurator Fiscal.

Police Scotland confirmed that enforcement action will continue over coming months in partnership with Marine Scotland, East Lothian Council and other relevant agencies.

Officers also recorded 13 other incidents that took place in the ward.

In relation to violent and anti-social behaviour, there were two reports of assault, one instance of vandalism and one individual carrying a bladed article.

There were seven reported crimes of dishonesty.

These included four instances of fraud, one shoplifting, one theft of a motor vehicle and one attempted housebreaking. In terms of road safety, there were two instances when motorists failed to stop for police.

Police priorities for the month will see the continued monitoring of speeding outside Aberlady Primary School and on the A198/Dirleton Road.

The next CAPP meeting is tonight (Wednesday) at 7.30pm in North Berwick Community Centre.