ORDWAY, Colo. (AP) – Corrections officials are investigating after an inmate was killed at a prison in Ordway.

Laurie Kilpatrick, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Corrections, says an inmate was killed either Tuesday night or Wednesday morning at the all-male Arkansas Valley Correctional Facility. A fellow inmate is suspected in the death.

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Officials have not released the names of the two involved, and Kilpatrick declined to say how the inmate was killed.

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Corrections officials and the district attorney’s office are investigating the death.

The Denver Post reports that In 2012, an inmate at the prison was accused of stabbing a sergeant to death and injuring another sergeant. The stabbing triggered an outside review of Colorado prison operations.

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