Senator Norm Coleman's Father Cited For Lewd And Disorderly Conduct
Norm Coleman Sr., the father of Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman, was cited for lewd and disorderly conduct after police officers reported finding him engaged in a sex act in a car near a pizzeria on E. 7th St. in St. Paul. A police report said officers were called to Savoy Inn at 7:40 p.m. to investigate a report that two people were having sex in a car. The police report stated a woman, Patrizia Marie Schrag, 38, also was cited for lewd and disorderly conduct. The elder Coleman, 81, raised his son in New York City. He has since moved to Minnesota, and public records indicate he lives in St. Paul.
Norm Coleman with his father, Norman Coleman Sr.Sen. Coleman issued a statement after learning of the citation against his father. "I love my father dearly," the senator said. "I do not condone his actions or behavior, and I am deeply disturbed by what I have learned. He clearly has some issues that need to be dealt with, and I will encourage him to seek the necessary help."