Second man arrested in death probe
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — A second white supremacist prison gang member whose name surfaced during an investigation into the slaying of Colorado’s prisons chief was arrested Thursday evening, authorities said.
Colorado Springs authorities arrested Thomas Guolee, 31, around 5:30 p.m., according to El Paso County sheriff’s officials. He was being held without bond for a parole violation.
Investigators have said Guolee isn’t a suspect in the shooting death of Colorado Department of Corrections head Tom Clements, but his name and that of fellow 211 Crew member James Lohr came up during the investigation. Authorities last week issued an alert for law-enforcement officers to look out for both men, who had outstanding warrants unrelated to Clements’ death.