Thomas Tramaglini, 42, was arrested for a particularly vile alleged crime: being a serial pooper on a high school football field. That alone would make him a standout as an alleged felon. Yet, the real surprise for police was to learn of his day job: Superintendent of Schools in Holmdel, New Jersey. He was named superintendent of Kenilworth schools in August 2015. Tramaglini also worked as a lecturer at Rutgers Graduate School of Education.
The security had staked out the field after someone defecated on the field or track on a daily basis. The arrest of Tramaglini occurred at 6 a.m. If that is when he did his “business,” it was pretty bold given the many people who jog at that time. The police reportedly have a security videotape.
He is now charged with lewdness, littering and defecating in public, according to the police.
He is also now being called the “pooper-intendent” and is on leave from his $147,504 a year job.