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Former AD settles felony case
Former Monroe High School athletic director Dave Hirsbrunner, shown at his initial appearance in September 2017, settled the case against him Monday, pleading no contest before a Dane County judge on Class I felony charges of theft and fraud-related misconduct. Hirsbrunner entered a 30-month deferred prosecution agreement about two and a half years after resigning as athletic director. (Times file photo)
Two-and-a-half years after he resigned as Monroe High School athletic director over concerns about "performance issues related to the supervision of athletic program revenues" and paid the school district $6,390 as part of a separation agreement, Dave Hirsbrunner has settled the felony theft case against him.