Published: Fri, May 04, 2018
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

New Jersey 'mystery pooper' was schools chief, say police

New Jersey 'mystery pooper' was schools chief, say police

Police officers said they had just observed him in the act. He was making $147,504 per year as the superintendent of the school district.

In desperation, they called on police to launch an investigation.

According to police, a school resource officer and staffers at Holmdel High School began surveiling the track after learning that someone was leaving feces on the track and football field "on a daily basis".

Police hunting a suspect who relieved himself on school grounds "on a daily basis" in the USA state of New Jersey have arrested a top education official. Not only was he the school superintendent, he is a former Hudson Valley resident.

Holmdel 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. "Human Waste and Earth's Future" exhibition at The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation - Miraikan on July 1, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan.

Tramaglini was placed on paid administrative leave, according to a statement on the school district's website. Director of Academics Brian Luciani will take over in Tramaglini's absence. He is due in municipal court in Holmdel at 8:15 a.m. Monday to answer the charges.

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