School Superintendent Caught Repeatedly Pooping On Neighboring School's Track And Football Field

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

New Jersey Advance media reports that Thomas Tramigliani, a school superintendent at Holmdel High School in New Jersey was arrested while on an early morning run on the school track.

Tramaglini was arrested at 5:50 a.m. after police and school staffers spotted him jogging on the track and were "able to identify a subject responsible for the acts", Sigismondi said in the release.

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Police set the trap that resulted in Tramaglini's arrest after high school staffers and coaches complained to their on-site resource officer that somebody was befouling their track and field.

Native cops have been known as in after college students complained of frequent excrement close to their college operating monitor and sports activities area at Holmdel Excessive College in New Jersey. According to The Independent, Tramaglini is scheduled to appear in Holmdel Municipal Court on May 7.

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Tramaglini was named superintendent of Kenilworth schools in August 2015. "Leaves can only be without pay in the face of indictments or tenure charges, as a matter of state law", statement said.

The 42-year-old was immediately put on a paid leave of absence. He also has a part-time job as a lecturer at Rutgers Graduate School of Education, NJ.com reported.

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