Published: Fri, May 04, 2018
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

NJ superintendent accused of being high school's mystery pooper

NJ superintendent accused of being high school's mystery pooper

- Authorities said they cracked the case of a mysterious serial pooper targeting a high school football field in New Jersey and the identity of the suspect came as quite a surprise: a school superintendent. As a result, school officials began surveillance of the area and Tramaglini ended up reportedly getting caught in the act.

The superintendent was apparently running at the track around 5:50 a.m. before he was arrested. Due to New Jersey state law, he can not be placed on unpaid leave unless he is indicted or faces tenure charges, according to the school district.

According to police, the staff said they were finding human feces on or near the area of the high school track and football field on a daily basis.

In addition to defecating in public, he was charged with lewdness and littering.

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The district said in the message that per state law, unpaid leave is taken in the face of indictments or tenure charges.

The superintendent will make a court appearance on May 7.

Tramaglini had helmed the district since August 2015, the Washington Post reported. Tramaglini previously served as Chief Academic Officer in Keansburg and also held positions in Plumsted and Freehold Borough.

According to, Tramaglini lives in Aberdeen, which is about three miles from Holmdel High School.

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