School's 'mystery pooper' identified as nearby district's superintendent

Leroy Wright
May 7, 2018

Tramaglini, who earns practically $150,000 (£110,000) per 12 months as head of the native schooling authority, was arrested after cops claimed they noticed him within the act.

The school resource officer and school staff monitored the area and identified the "mystery pooper" as Thomas Tramaglini, 42, of Matawan. And Tramaglini did not immediately return a phone call to his home.

The news of the arrest went viral and the Holmdel school district sought to set the record straight, as some outlets had wrongly reported that their own superintendent, Robert McGarry, had been the culprit. His salary is listed as $147,504 a year, according to public employee records on www.datauniverse.com.

Prior to his accepting his Kenilworth School District post, he was a part-time lecturer at Rutgers University.

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The statement added that state law means leave without pay can only be granted in cases of "indictments or tenure charges".

Many on social media jumped to Tramaglini's defense.

After Tramaglini took his job leave, the district named Brian Luciani, the district's director of academics, as the acting superintendent of schools. According to The Independent, Tramaglini is scheduled to appear in Holmdel Municipal Court on May 7.

"Somebody is having a crappy day", one comment said.

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