- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 8, 2015

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) - An official in Worcester is responding after a security guard hired by the city was accused of berating dog walkers in a park where canines are barred.

Public Works Commissioner Paul Moosey tells the Telegram & Gazette (https://bit.ly/1dLF0aN ) that his orders were to politely remind people of the rules of the park.

Some dog walkers at Boynton Park complained of being yelled at and harassed by a security guard who drove his SUV on to the park.

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The guard has reportedly said he was following orders.

Moosey says he is looking into the claims, adding that city officials are just trying to create a safe atmosphere at the park and others where there have been problems with drug abuse.

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