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Dylan Ward, who has been charged with obstruction of justice in the mysterious death of Robert Wone, was released this morning. A D.C. Superior Court granted his release. He is required to submit to curfew restrictions and wear a monitoring bracelet on his ankle.

Where’s he going? Well, Ward will be living with the two other former roommates who were also recently charged with obstruction of justice.

The Post account of the mundane proceedings had one bit of news: “Assistant U.S. Attorney Glenn Kirschner said there were additional charges against Ward before a grand jury, but declined to identify what those charges were.”

Update 3:15 p.m.: Robert Wone’s family just filed a wrongful-death civil suit in D.C. Superior Court. The $20 million lawsuit was filed against the three defendants charged with obstruction of justice. The Post writes that the civil suit complaint alleged the defendants covered up the murder.