BOSTON (CBS) – Police have arrested a man accused of poisoning dogs in Charlestown.

Police say 53-year-old Kenneth Hyland of Everett is in custody.

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Neighbors say poisoned hot dogs were planted on the lawn in front of the Brick Layers and Allied Craftsmen Union on Medford Street to keep dogs off the property.

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Dog owners say they saw a man believed to be a landscaper who was soaking the hot dogs in a liquid believed to be anti-freeze. They confronted the man, who allegedly admitted it.

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Hyland will face a judge on Monday.