Fox News — Authorities arrested a member of a white supremacist gang linked to the killing of Colorado's prisons chief, who was shot answering the door of his home last month.
James Lohr, 47, was arrested Friday by the Colorado Springs Police Department, Fox News confirms.
Lohr was wanted for questioning in the murder of Colorado Corrections Director Tom Clements. It's unclear if Lohr has been charged.
Police continue to search for 31-year-old Thomas Guolee. Police consider him to be armed and dangerous with violent tendencies.
Authorities connected the two to Evan Ebel, who is suspected of killing Department of Corrections Director Tom Clements. Police say they are members of Ebel’s white supremacist prison gang.
Police say the two are not suspects but “persons of interest” in the killing.
Their names came up during the investigation into Clements' death – the first official word that the 211 Crew might be involved. Lohr and Guolee are known associates of the 211 Crew. continue reading...