- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 29, 2015

SCARBOROUGH, Maine (AP) - Police have been asked to keep an eye on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s home on the Maine coast following his decision to uphold the four-game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

Scarborough Police Chief Robbie Moulton tells the Portland Press Herald that the NFL reached out Tuesday to alert police about Goodell’s decision, which isn’t popular in New England.

Goodell recently built a home at Prout’s Neck.

The chief said Tuesday that the police department was not asked to provide private security and isn’t doing so. He said previously that police would be making routine patrols.

In upholding the Super Bowl MVP’s suspension, Goodell said Brady destroyed evidence in connection with the probe into whether he was involved in the deflation of footballs in the AFC championship game.


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