starts at 9am Orlando EST

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Cops arrest gang member linked to suspected killer of Colorado’s prisons chief

James Lohr, a 47-year-old white supremacist prison gang member, was arrested on Friday. He is one of two men whose names have surfaced during the investigation into the death of Colorado Department of Corrections Director Tom Clements. Both Lohr and Thomas Guolee were gang associates of suspect Evan Ebel.


PHOTO:
EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
/ASSOCIATED PRESS
James Lohr was arrested on Friday in connection
with the murder of Colo. prisons chief Tom Clements.
 DENVER — A white supremacist prison gang member was arrested and another was still being sought for questioning Friday in the death of Colorado's prisons chief as authorities investigated whether the gang had any ties to the killing.

James Lohr, who has the words "Hard" and "Luck" tattooed where his eyebrows would be, was taken into custody early Friday in Colorado Springs. He was wanted for questioning in the slaying of Department of Corrections Director Tom Clements. <a href=" http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/gang-member-linked-suspected-killer-colo-prisons-chief-arrested-article-1.1309133?localLinksEnabled=false ">  READ MORE </a>



PHOTO HANDOUT/Reuters
Thomas Guolee, 31, still being sought in connection
with the killing of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements,
who was shot at the door of his home last month.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Keep it Civil. Ignoring the evidence will not be allowed!
Thank you.