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A former employee of Holmdel High School, who was caught on camera defecating on the school premises and nicknamed "Pooperindendent," will receive more than $100,000 from the school district till his resignation goes into effect in September.

Thomas W. Tramaglini, former Kenilworth Public Schools superintendent, who was suspended following his arrest May 1, for allegedly defecating in public, lewdness and littering, will not only receive his full salary through the end of September, but will also be paid two months’ severance pay and $23,827 in unused vacation time, according to an NJ report.

The district would owe Tramaglini $61,458, without his vacation and severance pay. With all other added up, the amount goes up to $109,868.

"From the date of execution of this Separation Agreement by Tramaglini and the Board President, Tramaglini will remain on a paid leave of absence for personal reasons through Sept. 30, 2018," the agreement stated. "During such time, he shall not report to work, perform any of the duties of, nor have any of the responsibilities of the position of Superintendent of Schools of the Kenilworth School District."

According to the separation agreement between the school district and Tramaglini, the former will not be contesting their latter’s application for unemployment.

Tramaglini submitted his letter of resignation July 26, with an effective date of Sept. 30. On the same day, the agreement was signed by Kenilworth Board of Education President Nancy Zimmerman and Board Secretary/Business Administrator Vincent Gonnella.

Tramaglini’s arrest came after employees of the school started reporting finding human feces on a “daily basis” near or on the Holmdel High School football field and track.

After that, staffers of the school set up surveillance cameras in the area to catch the mystery pooper and they were finally successful in doing so in May. One of the cameras caught Tramaglini running in that area at 5:50 a.m. EDT and proceeding to defecate.

“The Holmdel School Resource Officer was alerted by Holmdel High School staff and coaches that they were finding human feces, on or near the area of the High School track/football field on a daily basis. The SRO, along with school staff, monitored the area and was able to identify a subject responsible for the acts. Thomas Tramaglini, age 42, of Matawan, NJ, was charged with Lewdness, Littering, and Defecating in Public,” The Holmdel Township Police Department said in a Facebook post following his arrest.

The school was located a little more than three miles from Tramaglini’s home in Aberdeen, New Jersey and he would frequently go running near the high school, where he had been employed since 2015. Even after being caught, Tramaglini remained mum regarding his motive of defecating inside the school premises every day.

He did, however, said that he intended to sue the police department for photographing him at police headquarters and circulating his mug shot in public.

"On May 1, 2018, officers or agents of the Holmdel Police Department unlawfully took Dr. Tramaglini's photograph and distributed and disseminated the 'mug shot' to third parties, including the media with the intent to harm Dr. Tramaglini," according a preliminary court filing, ahead of a lawsuit.

"It’s like getting photographed and fingerprinted for a speeding ticket," his attorney Matthew Adams told NJ in July.