05 May, 2018
"It's definitely something that if I was the coach I would be concerned about, and [the coaches] definitely are too", a member of the Holmdel High School track team told ABC station WABC.
The school's staff began monitoring the area and identified Tramaglini, who lives several miles away from the school, as the person leaving feces on the property. May 1 when he was arrested.
Officers monitored the area and were able to identify the suspect. The municipal charges Tramaglini faces are equivalent to misdemeanors, Sigismondi said.More news: New York Mets SP Jacob deGrom exits Braves start with hyperextended elbow
A supintendent at a New Jersey school district was arrested this week for allegedly pooping repeatedly on the football field of a school in another district.
The Board of Education's president at the time of the appointment described Tramaglini as someone with "a commitment to student achievement, while achieving superior standards of academic excellence", in a 2015 announcement to the district.
The board noted that it can withhold pay only "in the face of indictments or tenure charges, as a matter of state law". He is also reportedly a part-time lecturer for the Rutgers Graduate School of Education.
The Associated Press reported that a telephone message seeking Tramaglini's comment was not returned on Thursday.