A suspected white supremacist prison gang member wanted for questioning in connection with the killing of Colorado’s corrections director has been charged for trying to get away from police.
Both of the suspected white supremacist prison gang members whose names surfaced during an investigation into the killing of Colorado’s prisons chief are behind bars.
A fugitive wanted for questioning in connection with the murder of Colorado prison chief Tom Clements was taken into custody on Thursday evening.
A man believed to be a white supremacist prison gang member arrested in connection with the shooting death of Colorado’s prisons chief was ordered held on $250,000 bond on Monday.
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.
Police have caught one alleged member of the 211 Crew gang, which has possible ties the killing of Colorado Corrections director Tom Clements.
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday announced an audit to ensure the state’s prisoners are serving their correct sentences, two weeks after a parolee who was mistakenly released four years early was identified as a suspect in the killing of Colorado’s prisons chief.
Two more men connected to a violent white supremacist gang are being sought in connection with the slaying of Colorado’s prisons chief, according to a warning bulletin that’s the first official word other gang members might be involved.
Law enforcement throughout Colorado have been told to be on the lookout for two men who may be connected to the murder of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements.