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.
Evan Spencer Ebel ran up a long list of felony convictions before turning 21, joined a white supremacist gang behind bars, assaulted one prison guard and wrote that he fantasized about killing others.
The ex-convict suspected in the killing of Colorado’s prison chief who was mistakenly released from prison four years early slipped off his electronic monitoring bracelet, but parole officials didn’t realize he had fled until just hours before the slaying.
Colorado court officials have vowed to review procedures to ensure that a clerical mistake that allowed the early release of a prisoner — who then went on to allegedly shoot the state’s corrections director last month — doesn’t happen again.
Suspected murderer Evan Ebel’s personality changed a lot after he was paroled according to a friend of his behind bars.
From a young age, no one could tame Evan Spencer Ebel.
A Denver-area pizza delivery driver whose killing may be linked to the slaying of the state’s prisons chief is being remembered by loved ones as selfless and compassionate, with a love of music and snowboarding.
A married father of three who was killed while working as a pizza delivery driver is being remembered at a memorial service in Lafayette.