Former Hill-Murray football coach Mark Mauer, who lived in Woodbury and resigned from his two posts at the school amid prostitution allegations, has agreed to a continuance for dismissal, according to a FOX9 report.
That means he will not be convicted as long as he pays $500 in court costs and takes a “Breaking Free” class within the next month and a half, the report says.
Mauer was arrested in Fridley in February as part of a two-day police operation at a motel. One of 19 men arrested, he was charged with a misdemeanor, booked at the Anoka County Jail and released.
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About a week after the allegation surfaced, Mauer resigned as both the football coach and major-gifts officer at Hill-Murray. He served on the St. Paul City Council in 1997.
Mauer was arrested Feb. 19 at the LivInn Hotel in Fridley as part of the police sting. Officers booked four rooms at the hotel. In one room, a female police officer working undercover met the men who answered ads offering sex on Backpage.com and other websites.