Crinuta Dumitrean, former head of the National Property Restitution Agency (ANRP), will leave preventive arrest, the High Court of Justice judges deciding on Thursday that she can be investigated while under house arrest. On the other hand, Alina Bica, former head of the Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT), will remain under preventive arrest. The High Court’s ruling is not final and can be attacked. Bica was arrested last November, being accused of malfeasance in office. She is accused that in 2011 she was part of an ANRP commission that overvalued a property in Bucharest, with businessman Gheorghe Stelian allegedly being the beneficiary in that case. The damages caused to the state total EUR 62.5 M. At that time Alina Bica was also secretary of state within the Justice Ministry.