Former head football Coach Mike Mooney, who also served as San Marino High School’s assistant principal in charge of athletics, activities and discipline, paid $20,000 restitution to the school district and entering a guilty plea today to felony grand theft charges in a Los Angeles County courtroom.
Mooney allegedly filed illegitimate expense receipts during his tenure that were reimbursed to him through various activity accounts linked to San Marino High School’s ASB – Associated Student Body.
Several weeks ago, Mooney surprised many by entering a plea of not guilty after working out an agreement through his attorney, but went through with that plan today that also includes a community service commitment.
See more in this Thursday’s Tribune.
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