2 sought in connection with Colo. prisons chief’s death
(CNN) — Colorado authorities are looking for two members of the white supremacist prison gang known as the 211 Crew in connection with the killing of state prisons chief Tom Clements.
El Paso County Sheriff’s Office identified the two men as James Lohr, 47, and Thomas Guolee, 31. Both are believed to be headed toward Nevada, the office said.
“They are both known associates of the 211 crew,” said Sheriff’s Lt. Jeff Kramer. “They are believed to be armed and dangerous.”
Kramer said the pair may pose a threat to the safety of officers who encounter them.
“We don’t have vehicle information,” Kramer said. “We don’t have a concerted search out looking for them. We don’t know their whereabouts.” Lohr has multiple misdemeanor warrants for his arrest unrelated to the Clements case.
Guolee has a felony warrant for his arrest, also unrelated to the Clements case.
Kramer declined to say whether the pair knew Evan Ebel, the man suspected of killing Clements.