Suspected Gang Member Appears In Court; Police Still Searching For A Second Man

Goulee, left, and Lohr, right.

A suspected gang member possibly linked to the murder of the state's prison director appeared in court today for an advisement. Investigators say James Lohr belongs to a white supremacist gang known at the 211's.

We brought you his arrest as breaking news Friday morning.

Investigators say they want to question Lohr about the murder of Department of Corrections Director Tom Clements, which took place at Clements' home in Monument three weeks ago. He was picked up by officers on outstanding warrants that are not connected to the murder.

Today in court he was arraigned on felony charges of vehicular eluding, two misdemeanor charges involving speeding and reckless driving as well as another traffic charge for ignoring traffic signals.

His bond has been set at $250,000 and he will have another hearing on April 19 at 8 a.m. in Colorado Springs.

Police also want to question Thomas Guolee, another suspected gang member. If you see Guolee, call 911.