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05 May 2018, 01:31 | Rufus Hill
New Jersey superintendent caught defecating on rival school's football field
The superintendent of a New Jersey school district has been arrested for repeatedly defecating on a neighboring school's property, police said.
The superintendent is being charged with defecating in public, public lewdness and littering.
When a New Jersey school installed CCTV to find the person responsible for the human feces found daily on its playing fields, staff couldn't have expected the footage to reveal the school superintendent as the secret defecator.
The resource officer, along with some staff, surveilled the field for the dastardly defecator and identified the suspect as 42-year-old Thomas Tramaglini.
ABC News was unable to reach Tramaglini for comment.
While police continue to investigate, Brian Luciani, the director of academics, will handle the duties of superintendent to ensure that the district continues "its responsibilities without interruption", according to a statement released by the Kenilworth Board of Education.
He was running at the track on the athletic fields at 5:50 a.m. before he was arrested. The district said unpaid leaves are only ordered in the face of indictments or tenure charges. The Asbury Park Press said he declined to answer questions from a reporter outside his home.
Kenilworth Public School said Tramaglini had asked for and was granted a paid leave of absence.
The board of education did not immediately respond to an email inquiry about the announcement.
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