Thomas Guolee, reportedly a white supremacist gang member and wanted for questioning in the Tom Clements murder investigation, is now in the custody of the El Paso County Sheriff's Office.
Guolee, 31, was arrested for an active felony warrant at approximately 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 11. Guolee is a member of the 211 Crew, the same white supremacist gang that Even Ebel belonged to, and was considered a person of interest in the investigation, not a suspect. Guolee, along with another 211 crew member James Lohr, was believed to have been in contact with Ebel after his release from prison in January and before Clements was killed. Lohr was arrested April 5, after trying to elude Colorado Springs police.
In a press release by the sheriff's office Sgt. Joe Roybal, no additional information regarding Guolee's arrest was available. He is being held without bond for violation of parole.
ABC 7 News in Denver has reported that Guolee's family confirmed the arrest and that the arrest was peaceful.
Clements was killed by Ebel at his home on March 19 after he answered the door. Ebel was involved in a car chase and a shootout two days later with law enforcement in Texas, and was killed during the shootout. Ebel is also a suspect in the shooting death of a pizza delivery driver in Golden.
The murder investigation is ongoing.