New Jersey's Mystery High School Pooper Turns Out To Be School Superintendent

Thomas Tramaglini 42 was arrested and charged with lewdness littering and defecating in public police said

Thomas Tramaglini 42 was arrested and charged with lewdness littering and defecating in public police said

Thomas Tramaglini, a schools superintendent, was arrested in May 2018 for allegedly defecating on a campus repeatedly.

The story has sparked national attention and Holmdel school officials had to put out a statement to say that Tramaglini did not work for the Holmdel School District.

The mystery man who had been defecating on a New Jersey high school football field was arrested after being caught in the act on surveillance video.

Police said staff and coaches at the high school informed the school resource officer that they were finding poop on or near the football and track field daily. That "Mad Pooper" still hasn't been caught. Per state law, leave can only be unpaid if a person is indicted or faces tenure charges, the Kenilworth Public Schools said.

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NJ.com reports Aberdeen resident Thomas Tramaglini was at the track before 6 AM Monday when he was taken into custody.

A school superintendent in Holmdel, New Jersey, is facing some pretty crappy criminal charges after being accused of public defecation.

He also works as a professor at Rutgers University, the Asbury Park Press said. The Board of Education wants to assure faculty and staff, students and parents, that the district will continue its responsibilities without interruption.

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