Former coach to pay $500, attend class after prostitution sting - KMSP-TV

Former Hill-Murray coach to pay $500, attend class after prostitution sting

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FRIDLEY, Minn. (KMSP) -

Mark Mauer, one of 19 men charged with misdemeanor soliciting prostitution, accepted an offer for a continuance for dismissal on Monday following the sting conducted by Fridley police.

Mauer, the former head varsity football coach at Hill-Murray High School, was arrested in a two-day police operation at a Fridley hotel in February.

By accepting the officer, Mauer will not be convicted as long as he satisfies certain conditions, which are that he pay $500 in court costs and attend a "Breaking Free" class within 90 days.

Mauer resigned from his post at the school one week after his arrest.

According to Fridley Patch, a total of 19 men and four women were charged in the operation at the LivInn Hotel.

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