Mystery pooper at New Jersey track revealed as superintendent, police say

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

A mysterious pooper at a New Jersey high school track has been identified as the superintendent, according to investigators.

According to officials, Thomas Tramaglini, 42, was arrested Monday and has been charged with lewdness, littering, and defecating in public. Tramaglini, 42, lives in Matawan, which is two towns over from Holmdel, where the feces were found at the high school.

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. The SRO, along with school staff, monitored the area and was able to identify a subject responsible for the acts.

Tramaglini was taken into custody shortly before 6 a.m. Monday while he was jogging around the track, police said.

Tramaglini requested a paid absence of leave from his job, which the district granted. The statement said that faculty could only be placed on leave without pay for an indictment or tenure charges; the alleged public pooping didn't fall under either of those categories.

Joining the notorious ranks of secretive school poopers at New Jersey schools, a superintendent in North Jersey is accused of routinely pooping near a high school's athletic fields.

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

Tramaglini is also a part-time lecturer for the Rutgers Graduate School of Education.

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