School staff at a New Jersey high school have been finding human feces near their track "on a daily basis", police say, and now an unlikely suspect is charged - the superintendent of a nearby school district.
School officials say for the past couple of weeks they found human feces outside of the school on a daily basis.
Tramaglini, which some on social media have dubbed the "pooper-intendent", was charged with lewdness, littering, and defecating in public.
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ABC News was unable to reach Tramaglini for comment.
The Kenilworth schools superintendent was arrested after surveillance video caught him in the act on Holmdel High School's football field. The district said unpaid leaves are only ordered in the face of indictments or tenure charges.
While the case is pending against Tramaglini, Brian Luciani, the Kenilworth district's 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 school board.
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The latest incident at the Monmouth County school took place at 5:45 a.m. on Monday, according to The Asbury Park Press. Another questioned why seniors who urinate in the woods of golf courses don't face the long arm of the law.
"We learned of municipal court charges facing our current superintendent of schools in Holmdel, NJ".
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