Mystery pooper on high school's track field was superintendent, police say


The school superintendent was caught on Monday following an early morning run at Holmdel High School's athletic facilities.

Tramaglini, who earns practically $150,000 (£110,000) per 12 months as head of the native schooling authority, was arrested after cops claimed they noticed him within the act.

According to police, feces was found on or near the fields daily so school employees began monitoring the area. Tramagliani is also an instructor at Rutger's university and was put on paid absence while until after the results of his trial.

The high school coaches and staff "were finding human feces on or near the area of the High School track/football field on a daily basis", said the Holmdel Township Police Department in a statement on Facebook.

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The superintendent was apparently running at the track around 5:50 a.m. before he was arrested. Brian Luciani, director of academics, will continue to assume the duties of superintendent.

The resource officer, along with some staff, surveilled the field for the dastardly defecator and identified the suspect as 42-year-old Thomas Tramaglini.

Tramaglini is due in court on May 30 - but even if he pleads guilty, the board still can't fire him because the charges he faces do not rise to the level of indictment.

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