Police Arrest 2nd Man Tied to Prisons Chief Murder Thomas Guolee thought to be in contact with Evan Ebel before killing By Mark Russell, Newser Staff Posted Apr 12, 2013 5:00 AM CDT 1 comment Comments Thomas Guolee, a member of the white supremacist gang 211 Crew, was arrested yesterday evening. (AP Photo/Colorado Department of Corrections, File) (Newser) – The second white supremacist wanted as part of the investigation into the killing of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements was captured yesterday, reports the AP. Thomas Guolee was one of two members of the 211 Crew whose name bubbled up in connection with Clements' death; he was arrested in Colorado Springs yesterday on a parole violation. Police believe he and another member of the 211 Crew, James Lohr, had contact with Evan Ebel in the days before Clements' death. Lohr was arrested last week after a short chase with police.