• Former SMHS Coach, Administrator Mike Mooney Pleads Guilty


    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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