This Friday, April 5, 2013 photo provided by the El Paso County Sheriff's Office shows 47-year-old James Lohr. Lohr, a white supremacist prison gang member, was arrested and another was still being sought for questioning Friday in the death of Colorado's prisons chief as authorities investigated whether the gang had any ties to the killing. (AP Photo/El Paso County Sheriff's Office) (The Associated Press)
This combo made from photos released by the El Paso County, Colo., Sheriff's office shows Thomas James Guolee, 31, left, and James Franklin Lohr, 47, who are wanted for questioning in the Tom Clements homicide investigation. Lohr is described as 6 feet tall, 160 pounds, with blond hair, brown eyes and several tattoos. Guolee is a 31 year old male described as 5 feet 9 inches tall, 160 pounds, with blond hair, blue eyes and several tattoos. (AP Photo/El Paso Sheriff) (The Associated Press)
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – A man believed to be a white supremacist prison gang member arrested in connection with the shooting death of Colorado's prisons chief has been ordered held on $250,000 bond.
A magistrate set bond for James Lohr Monday as he made his first court appearance since his arrest Friday.
Lohr is one of two alleged members of the 211 Crew named as persons of interest because of their contact with gang member Evan Ebel, the only suspect named so far in the killing of Tom Clements. Thomas Guolee remains at large.
Lohr is held on suspicion of vehicular eluding, reckless driving and speeding.
Clements was shot March 19 while answering his door. Ebel was killed in a shootout in Texas and is also suspected in the death of a pizza deliveryman.