The Scarborough police department refutes a flurry of media reports saying that will provide private security for Goodell's Prout's Neck home.

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According to the Bangor Daily News, Scarborough Police Chief Robert Moulton made it clear late Wednesday after that his department would not be providing private security for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's home on Prout's neck despite several media reports that claimed otherwise.

Moulton's official release read in-part, “The Scarborough Police Department is not providing, nor were we requested to provide, any private security to Commissioner Goodell’s home. No taxpayer funds are being utilized.”

Several media outlets had reported that the NFL contacted the Scarborough police department and asked for additional security due to the unpopular decision by Roger Goodell to uphold Tom Brady's 4 game suspension. You can read more about Scarborough PD's response here courtesy of the Bangor Daily News.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft held a scathing press conference yesterday doubting the NFL Commissioner's handling of the investigation and the credibility of his office. You can watch that here:


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