Arenas released from halfway house
His early morning depature ended his month-long sentence at the county's Pre-Release Center, a hitch that stemmed from his gun troubles. He left a good impression on other residents, sometimes playing basketball with them.
Stefan LoBuglio, director of the center, wouldn't comment on Arenas's behavior at the facility, citing a policy of not commenting on specific residents.
But speaking generally, LoBuglio indicated no problems over the last month. "Our operation has run smoothly and without interruptions," he said.
Washington Post editors
| May 7, 2010; 12:30 PM ET
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