New Jersey superintendent caught defecating on rival school's football field

New Jersey superintendent caught defecating on rival school's football field

New Jersey superintendent caught defecating on rival school's football field

Authorities began hunting for the "mystery pooper" after Holmdel High School staff and coaches for football and track reported finding human feces on or near the field almost every day.

A phantom plopper was literally caught with his trousers down after New Jersey cops arrested a top education chief in the act of dropping the kids off. just not at the pool.

He was running at the track on the athletic fields at 5:50 a.m. before he was arrested.

Tramaglini faces charges of defecating in public, lewdness and littering, police said.

Thomas Tramaglini, 42, is accused of defecating there after he went on his morning jog.

Efforts to reach Tramaglini by phone and email were not successful. Paid leave is required by law unless an employee faces an indictment or tenure charges.

While police continue to investigate, Brian Luciani, the director of academics, will handle the duties of superintendent to ensure that the district continues "its responsibilities without interruption", according to a statement released by the Kenilworth Board of Education. The Asbury Park Press said he declined to answer questions from a reporter outside his home.

Since his arrest, Tramaglini has taken a paid leave from his position, which pays an annual salary of $147,504.

"Earlier today, we learned of municipal court charges facing our current superintendent of schools in Holmdel, NJ", said the board.

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