Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin Superintendent Pleads 'Not Guilty' on 3 Charges

Updated: 07/22/2014 11:12 PM
Created: 07/22/2014 11:10 PM

The superintendent of the Nashwauk-Keewatin and Greenway School Districts entered a not guilty plea in court on Tuesday.

Mark Adams was arrested on the July 3, and was cited for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated. Adams also faces indecent exposure and disorderly conduct charges.

The incident started when Adams was caught allegedly going to the bathroom on the floor of a gas station after leaving a Fourth of July festival in Nashwauk. 

The case is now set for a pre-trial hearing in September. 

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