It turns out it was the Kenilworth school superintendent who was caught in the act after surveillance was set up due to human feces being found "on a daily basis", police said.
He was allegedly caught pooping at the Holmdel High School football field by surveillance cameras.
Thomas Tramaglini was charged with public urination or defecation, discarding and dumping of litter and lewdness, according to the Asbury Park Press in New Jersey.
NJ.com reports Aberdeen resident Thomas Tramaglini was at the track before 6 AM Monday when he was taken into custody.
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Thomas Tramaglini, 42, has led the Kenilworth School District since August 2015. While they did not explicitly mention the pooping, they said that Tramaglini has been placed on paid administrative leave. "(Leaves can only be without pay in the face of indictments or tenure charges, as a matter of state law)", stated the post.
According to NJ.com, Tramaglini has been the Kenilworth superintendent since 2015, and had previously worked as chief academic officer in Keansburg and held positions in Plumsted and Freehold Borough.
"We learned of municipal court charges facing our current superintendent of schools in Holmdel".
Tramaglini is also a part-time lecturer for the Rutgers Graduate School of Education.