Thursday, May 2, 2013
"I didn't kill anybody. I didn't murder anybody. I made a mistake," the former Hill-Murray coach told KARE 11's Jay Olstad about his February arrest for soliciting prostitution in Fridley.
In an extended sit-down interview with KARE 11, former Hill-Murray High School football coach Mark Mauer said of his February arrest for soliciting prostitution in a police operation at the LivInn Hotel in Fridley: "I made a bad decision and I will have to live with it for the rest of my life." Earlier this week, FOX 9 reported Mauer agreed to pay $500 in court costs and take a “Breaking Free” class, as part of a deal in which Fridley prosecutors agreed to drop charges. In a video and web report, as well as an extended video interview, KARE 11 reporter Jay Olstad interviewed Mauer about the incident: When asked if he was going to the hotel to have sex, he said, "Without a doubt, my intent was to meet this gal and to be in the room. …
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Mauer, one of 19 men arrested in a February police operation in Fridley, accepted a continuance for dismissal, according to a FOX9 report.
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. Related: Hill-Murray Football Coach Arrested in Fridley Prostitution Sting Mark Mauer Resigns Amid Prostitution Allegations About a week after the allegation surfaced, Mauer …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Mark Mauer, of Woodbury, was one of 19 men caught in a Fridley police sting.
Mark Mauer, the Hill-Murray School football coach who was charged last week following a prostitution sting in Fridley, has resigned, according to multiple reports. The 54-year-old from Woodbury was charged with a misdemeanor in connection with the two-day police operation at a Fridley hotel. He was booked at the Anoka County Jail and released. Investigators are preparing the cases for the city prosecutor. Mauer resigned as both the football coach and major-gifts officer, according to the Star Tribune. Related: Hill-Murray Football Coach Arrested in Fridley Prostitution Sting 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 …
Friday, February 22, 2013
Woodbury resident Mark Mauer was one of 19 men caught in a police sting operation in Fridley Tuesday.