A manager at a national park along Florida’s Gulf Coast inappropriately touched an employee, misused his position and created potential conflicts of interest, according to a report released the U.S. Department of Interior’s watchdog office. The report by the agency’s inspector general documents allegations made in 2015 against a manager of De Soto National Memorial in Bradenton. The male manager touched a female worker inappropriately, made inappropriate comments and invaded her personal space, according to the report, which redacts the names of the manager and employee. Investigators with the inspector general forwarded evidence to federal prosecutors in Florida, but the office declined to prosecute. The report was forwarded to the acting director of the National Park Service, where it is pending.