Authorities Arrest Alleged White Supremacist Gang Member
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - El Paso County authorities have arrested a member of a white supremacist gang linked to the killing of Colorado Corrections Director Tom Clements, according to a Colorado Springs television station. Reports say that James Lohr was taken into custody early Friday following a short foot chase after authorities stopped a car. Authorities want to question Lohr in connection to Clements' murder. The Colorado Springs Police Department and El Paso County Sheriff's Office have not returned phone calls seeking confirmation. According to the television station , another member of the gang, Thomas Goulee, is still wanted. Authorities believe the two men were in contact with gang associate Evan Ebel days before the murders of Clements and pizza delivery man Nate Leon.