The police were able to catch the serial pooper that used to defecate on a New Jersey high school’s running track “on a daily basis.” Surprisingly, the culprit is the school’s superintendent.
We have so many unanswered questions,
school officials said after the revelations.
Police officers arrested Kenilworth high school’s superintendent Thomas Tramaglini after setting up a sting operation to catch the “mystery pooper” that had been terrorizing the school for quite some time.
Police intervened after multiple calls from students complaining about somebody placing excrements along the institution’s football field and track. The 42-year-old school official has been charged with public defecation, littering, and lewdness.
According to the Holmdel Township Police Department, a probe was launched after the school’s sports coaches and teachers reported spotting human feces near or on the high school’s football field and running track “on a daily basis.”
The local media found that the culprit lives just three miles from the school in Monmouth County, NJ.
Police Bust Serial Pooper Monday Morning
On Monday morning at 09:50 GMT, the superintendent was arrested while he was using the school track for a morning run.
The school district reported that the official was placed on paid leave after the arrest. A Facebook post from the school’s board shows that Tramaglini had asked for the paid leave of absence due to the nature of the case.
Under New Jersey laws, unpaid leaves are only affecting those facing tenure charges or indictments, the board explained.
- It wasn’t immediately clear why the superintendent failed to use the school’s restrooms.
- Some local residents who have speculated on his possible reasoning believe he should not be punished unless he had “malicious” motives.
Some social media users defended the perpetrator, saying that maybe he has a disease that prevents him from restraining his bowel movements, while others mocked him, calling him “the poopetrator” or “the super pooper.”
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