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Posted at 12:30 PM ET, 05/ 7/2010

Arenas released from halfway house

By Washington Post editors

With little fanfare, basketball star Gilbert Arenas left a Montgomery County halfway house Friday morning, driving away at 7 a.m., Post reporter Dan Morse reports on the Crime Scene blog.

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.

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By Washington Post editors  | May 7, 2010; 12:30 PM ET
Tags:  Basketball, Dan Morse, Gilbert Arenas, Halfway house, Maryland, Montgomery, United States  
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