Superintendent Charged With Pooping On High School Football Field

Superintendent Charged With Pooping On High School Football Field

Dr. Thomas Tramaglini, 42, was booked with lewdness, public urination or defecation and discarding or dumping litter. As a result, school officials began surveillance of the area and Tramaglini ended up reportedly getting caught in the act.

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

Police reported that the SRO and staff continued to monitor the area near the athletic fields until they identified Superintendent Tramaglini as the culprit.

Police said Tramaglini was running at the track at 5:50 a.m. before he was arrested.

Kenilworth Public Schools issued a statement about the pooping incident Wednesday.

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NJ.com reports that Tramaglini is on a paid leave of absence.

According to local media, the superintendent lives about 4.8km from the Holmdel High School in Monmouth County, 40 miles from New York City.

And as to why a superintendent would choose to spend his time secretly defecating on school grounds?

The board said Kenilworth Schools Director of Academics Brian Luciani has assumed Tramaglini's duties. Leaves can only be without pay if the person faces indictments or tenure charges, according to state law.

He is scheduled to appear in court Monday, May 7.

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