Serial Pooper Who Targeted N.J. High School Was School Superintendent

New Jersey police have solved the case of the mystery pooper at Holmdel High School. Police set up surveillance after receiving daily reports of human feces being found around the football field and track and were shocked when the footage captured the superintendent of Kenilworth Public Schools relieving himself on the field. 

Police and school officials put together the early morning stakeout after track coaches had alerted the school resource officer about the human feces. 

Thomas Tramaglini was taken into custody just before six in the morning while he was jogging around the track. Holmdel police issued a statement on Facebook saying he was charged with "Lewdness, Littering, and Defecating in Public."

 

He was placed on paid leave from his $147,504 a year job. The school district said they can only withhold his pay "in the face of indictments or tenure charges, as a matter of state law.”

Tramaglini is scheduled to appear in Holmdel Municipal Court on Monday, May 7. 

Photo: Holmdel Township Police Department

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