Cops: Superintendent exposed as "mystery pooper" plaguing school

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

The school started monitoring the area and identified the pooper as Tramaglini, who has been charged with lewdness, littering and defecating in public. May 1 when he was arrested.

Holmdel (N.J.) police have charged Kenilworth Public Schools Superintendent Thomas Tramaglini with relieving himself in public early Monday morning after school officials reported finding "daily" deposits of excrement by an athletic field.

Police said the school chose to set up the cameras after employees reported finding human feces "on a daily basis".

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Tramaglini has been serving as the superintendent of the Kenilworth School District since 2015. The district said unpaid leave would only occur, "in the face of indictments or tenure charges".

The Kenilowrth Public Schools released a statement on the incident.

He is not only a superintendent, but also lectures part time at the Rutgers University Graduate School of Education.

News about the arrest, er, leaked out on Wednesday, but Holmdel police have been scarce above the details of the crime, and attempts to reach Tramaglini for comment have thus far been unsuccessful.