Boston Police report arresting Kenneth Hyland of Everett on charges he left out antifreeze-laced hot-dog pieces in an attempt to poison neighborhood dogs using the lawn he was maintaining at 550 Medford St.
Witnesses told police Hyland cut the lawn and had hot dogs soaking in a five gallon bucket of a blue/green solution, believed to be antifreeze. Hyland then spread the cut up hot dogs onto the lawn.
Hyland, 53, will be arraigned Monday in Charlestown District Court, police say.
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