He has been released and is on home confinement. I (the parole officer) will be checking in with Wayne. He will have random testing; getting on scale to check his weight, and the ankle bracelet will tell me he is on the move. Now, he must get to work, eating and exercising to prove he can stay out of the system (the hospital). I (the parole officer) will be sweating, REALLY sweating, we keep the heat at 80 degrees. I don’t want him make the accusation that he was mistreated during his confinement.