The last of three men charged with obstructing the investigation into the slaying of lawyer Robert Wone was arraigned this morning in D.C. Superior Court.
Superior Judge Frederick Weisberg ordered Dylan Ward, 38, to wear an electronic ankle bracelet and submit to weekly drug tests as a condition of his pre-trial release. Ward was arrested late last month in Miami-Dade County, Fla., and recently transferred to the District. Last week, Weisberg ordered similar conditions for Arent Fox partner Joe Price and his partner Victor Zaborsky, who are also charged in connection with the Wone investigation.
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Wone, who was general counsel at Radio Free Asia, was stabbed to death in Price and Zaborsky’s home on Swann Street, N.W., in 2006. Ward was also living there at the time. The night of his death, Wone was working late and planned to stay in the District instead of commuting to his Oakton, Va., home. He and Price were old college friends.
Ward, who is represented by David Schertler of Schertler & Onorato, is staying with Price and Zaborsky at their house on the 1600 block of 16th Street N.W. The men sold the Swann Street home.