HOLMDEL, NJ – Ex-Kenilworth Superintendent, accused last spring of shitting near the Holmdel High School Track and football field, announced Wednesday that he is in good health with his bowel movements impaired.
Thomas Tramaglini of Aberdeen pleaded guilty in court for one of the non-criminal urban offenses he was accused of – public removal – and will pay a fine of $ 500. He pleaded guilty to a public defecation on May 1, and his attorney Matt Adams said he was standing under the grandstand near the football field.
The prosecutors agreed to refuse the charges of indecency and littering, Mary Lou Donnelly, Hofmistress Holmdel confirms Patch. As a result of his guilty request Tramaglini had to appear on Wednesday in the court of Holmdel.
Tramaglini lawyer Matt Adams said his client was diagnosed with a condition known as diarrhea. Adams said that Tramaglini has been evaluated by doctors since his arrest. Adams also said that Tramaglini, his family, and even Adams himself received death threats in the months following this saga.
A long-distance running expert in Monmouth County, Doug Rice, president of the Sandy Hookers Triathlon Club, speculated heavily in this patch article when Tramaglini was arrested for the first time last May.
Tramaglini is a serious runner after completing the New York City Marathon in 201
As pictured above, Port-a-potties are only a few yards from the Holmdel track and the football field, but Adams told NJ.com to his customers "he was not sure he would make it, even if he did It would have known. "
At 17:50, Tramaglini, who lives only a few miles away in Aberdeen and used the track for his early morning runs, was arrested. On Monday, April 30, after school in Holmdel, the officer has cameras were allegedly caught red-handed.
The Holmdel police said the track team tripped over human stools daily. Even used baby wipes were allegedly found at the scene, hence the littering charge. But Tramaglini admitted today only one instance of public defecation on May 1.
Tramaglini was first suspended and then resigned from his $ 147.504-year job as a superintendent of the Kenilworth school system. His law team now intends to sue the Holmdel Police Department for publishing his mug shot after his arrest. The Holmdel police usually do not release mugs.
"He went through hell and back," his lawyer said. "He deserves a story that tells the exact picture."
Most people who are familiar with running know about the unfortunate medical phenomenon, suddenly, urgently, having to empty the bowel in the middle of the run. It even has nicknames: Runner Trots. Mud butt.
A Colorado woman nicknamed "the Crazy Pooper" apologized to a neighboring family after repeatedly bumping into their lawn during their morning runs.
Sudden gastrointestinal upset is also more about what you ate the night before, Rice said. His company Split-Second Racing races marathons up and down the Jersey Shore and New York.
"I've been in situations where I trained for an Ironman, where we all had rib breasts the night before," he laughed. "And yes, that sent us to the forest the next day."
Photo of Thomas Tramaglini in Holmdel, by Carly Baldwin / Patch. Photo of the Holmdel High-Trace by Carly Baldwin / Patch
Editor's Note: Patch has incorrectly reported this story that Tramaglini conceded several times on the Holmdel elevated railway and for public defaecation football field. He admitted that this happened on May 1 under the football field.