Suspect In Slaying Of Colorado Prisons Chief Had Dodged Parole: Documents

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Reuters
A white supremacist parolee suspected of killing Colorado's prisons chief and a pizza delivery driver apparently absconded from parole days before the killings, state department of corrections documents showed on Tuesday.

A white supremacist parolee suspected of killing Colorado's prisons chief and a pizza delivery driver apparently absconded from parole days before the killings, state department of corrections documents showed on Tuesday.

Ex-convict Evan Spencer Ebel was named as a suspect in the two slayings after he was killed in a roadside gun battle with police in Texas.

The documents show he last made contact with a parole officer on March 14, three days before Domino's pizza driver Nathan Leon was found slain and five days before Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements was shot to death at the front door of his home.