Crime

Thomas Guolee, white-supremacist-of-interest in Tom Clements killing, busted in Springs

Update: The El Paso County Sheriff's Office recently issued an alert for two alleged white supremacists thought to have been in touch with Evan Ebel shortly before he allegedly killed Colorado prison boss Tom Clements in March. The first of the pair, James Lohr, 47, was arrested in Colorado Springs last week; see our coverage below. Now, the second, Thomas Guolee, 31, has been busted in the same city -- a relief to his mom, who begged for him to surrender, and authorities looking into the Clements killing.
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