POLICE MAG REPORTING- Texas Cops Kill Colo. Correction Chief’s Killer

Photo courtesy of Colorado DOC.

A white supremacist gang member suspected of killing Colorado’s top corrections official at his home died on Thursday following a shootout with officers in Texas.

Evan Ebel, 28, led officers on a wild chase Thursday morning after Montague County (Texas) Sheriff’s Deputy James Boyd pulled over Ebel’s 1991 black Cadillac, reports the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Authorities continue to investigate Ebel’s role in the slaying of Tom Clements, executive director of the Colorado Department of Corrections, and a pizza delivery man in Denver.

Citing unnamed law enforcement sources, the Denver Post is reporting that Ebel is associated with the violent white supremacist prison gang 211 Crew. Members recruited in prison must earn for the gang through narcotics and weapons trafficking.

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