NJ superintendent charged with defecating on high school track

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Thomas Tramaglini, 42, was charged with lewdness, littering and defecating in public, police said Thursday.

The superintendent for the Kenilworth School District is accused of defecating on or near the football and track fields of a high school in Holmdel "on a daily basis", police said Thursday.

A New Jersey superintendent was charged on Monday after allegedly defecating multiple times on the track of a high school in a neighboring district.

Kenilworth Public Schools Superintendent Thomas Tramaglini is in deep trouble in New Jersey for what police say were hot steaming piles of shiit that Thomas was dumping out by an athletic field.

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

Officials monitored the area and were able to identify Tramaglini as the person responsible for the acts. "Given the nature of those charges, he asked for and was granted a paid leave of absence", the Kenilworth school district posted on its website. He is due in municipal court in Holmdel at 8:15 a.m. Monday to answer the charges.

Kenilworth Public Schools issued a statement about the pooping incident Wednesday. His salary is $147,504 a year. He was named superintendent of Kenilworth schools after his predecessor Scott Taylor resigned in August 2015.

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