New Jersey Police Set Up Sting To Uncover Who Kept Pooping on n HS Track; the Culprit Was Closer Than They Thought (Video)

A New Jersey high school superintendent has been arrested and charged with defecating in public after authorities set up an elaborate sting to uncover who had been pooping daily on a school track.

NewJersey.com reports that Kenilworth school superintendent Thomas Tramaglini was charged Monday after authorities caught him on tape defecating on the Holmdel High School field on a daily basis.

Track coaches and staff at Holmdel High School told the district’s resource officer that they found human feces on or near the football field and track daily, Holmdel police said in a statement Thursday.

School employees began monitoring the area and on Monday police arrested Tramaglini at 5:50 a.m., according to Sgt. Theodore Sigismondi.

Tramaglini, has taken a paid leave of absence from his $147,504 a year job in Kenilworth, has been charged with lewdness and littering.

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