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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Parolee disabled ankle monitor before killing

CNNIt took five days for Colorado authorities to realize a parolee disabled his ankle monitor and fled, beginning what investigators would later say was a deadly crime spree that ended in a shootout in Texas, according to records released Tuesday.

The documents released by the Colorado Department of Corrections detail how 28-year-old Evan Ebel managed to elude authorities in the days leading up to the killings of prisons chief Tom Clements and part-time pizza deliveryman Nathan Leon.

The state Department of Corrections did not respond to repeated requests from CNN for comment.

The release of the documents follows news this week that a clerical error resulted in Ebel's release four years early from prison. That revelation prompted an apology from the district court where the mistake was made.

Ebel was sentenced to eight years in prison in 2005 for armed robbery. In 2008, he was sentenced to another four years -- to be served consecutively -- for punching a prison guard.

A clerical error listed Ebel's four-year sentence as concurrent, meaning he would not have to serve additional time beyond his original sentence.

For Leon's wife, it was too little, too late.

"Clerical error ain't going to bring my husband back," Katherine Leon told CNN affiliate KUSA. "[It] ain't going to bring Tom Clements back. It's not going to bring my children's father back. How do I tell my 4-year-old (that) daddy was murdered because of a clerical error?" continue reading...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

California doesn't have a ankle monitoring problem! Just ask any AB-109 supporter they will tell you all is fine. The truth in the end yes of course we will find, a public safety disaster that stupity designed.