The municipal charges Tramaglini faces are equivalent to misdemeanors, Sigismondi said.
Thomas Tramaglini, superintendent of Kenilworth Public Schools, was arrested Monday and charged with lewdness, littering and defecating in public.
Tramaglini is the superintendent of Kenilworth Public Schools in New Jersey, though he is now on a paid leave of absence following the accusations.
Holmdel High School was perplexed when a mystery pooper kept defecating on their football field "on a daily basis", so they enlisted a surveillance team to find the culprit. The charges were filed Monday, according to published reports.
The school's staff began monitoring the area and identified Tramaglini, who resides only several miles away from the school, as the person leaving feces on the property.
Efforts to reach Tramaglini by phone and email were not successful.
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Tramaglini was named superintendent of Kenilworth schools in August 2015.
Tramaglini is the superintendent of a neighboring district located more than a half hour from where he was caught in the act by school employees. Tramagliani is also an instructor at Rutger's university and was put on paid absence while until after the results of his trial.
"Somebody is having a crappy day", one comment said.
He is scheduled to appear in court Monday.
Since his arrest, Tramaglini has taken a paid leave from his position, which pays an annual salary of $147,504.