Thomas Tramaglini poop superintendent school

Former school superintendent Thomas Tramaglini went viral in March after he was allegedly caught on camera pooping near the track field of his high school.
Students say someone was pooping there “on a nearly daily basis” for months.
He finally showed up in court Tuesday for a pretrial meeting to answer the charges.

The school superintendent who went viral earlier this year after he was caught allegedly pooping on school grounds “on a daily basis” is finally having his day in court.

Former Kenilworth public schools superintendent Thomas Tramaglini showed up in municipal court Tuesday for a pretrial meeting to answer charges of public defecation, littering, and lewdness, according to the Asbury Park Press.

Tramaglini was arrested in March on those charges after police caught him defecating on the grounds of Holmdel High School, near the high school’s track. Track team members complained about the poop near the field for months, which police said had appeared “on a daily basis.”

The court hasn’t yet set a trial date, but municipal Prosecutor Steven Zabarksy and lawyers for Tramaglini discussed the evidence in front of a judge on Tuesday. Tramaglini stayed silent and offered “no comment” to reporters, according to the Asbury Park Press.

Matthew S. Adams, questioned the surveillance video Zabarsky included as evidence for the charges against Tramaglini. He told the Asbury Park Press in an email that he’s looking forward to his client getting a fair trial.

“Leaks, half-truths and outright falsehoods about a good man with an exceptional record of public service are not a substitute for admissible evidence,” he said. “Today was only the beginning of the constitutionally secured due process that Dr. Tramaglini is entitled to receive.”

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