The woman accused of providing the gun used to kill Colorado’s prisons chief is now facing a federal charge. A woman was arrested after a federal grand jury charged her with knowingly giving a firearm to Evan Ebel.
A Wise County grand jury has cleared the deputies involved in the March shooting death of a murder suspect on the run from Colorado.
A members of a white supremacist gang linked to the killing of Colorado’s prisons chief has been arrested miles away from where the state official was shot to death answering his door.
Authorities investigating the death of Colorado’s prisons chief are telling law enforcement officers to watch out for two men associated with a white supremacist prison gang.
Five days before Evan Ebel is suspected of killing Colorado’s prisons chief, and days before he allegedly shot a North Texas sheriff’s deputy, the 28-year-old’s electronic monitoring bracelet stopped working.
Because of a paperwork error, the suspect in last month’s killing of Colorado’s corrections chief was freed from prison in January — four years earlier than authorities intended.
Two months after an assistant prosecutor was gunned down, the bodies of a North Texas prosecutor and his wife were found in their home, authorities said.
Officials say “unique and often microscopic markings” found on shell casings in North Texas and Colorado lead investigators to conclude that the gun Evan Ebel used to shoot at authorities in Montague and Wise County was the same one used to kill Tom Clements in Colorado.
Attorney Jack Ebel testified that solitary confinement in a Colorado prison was destroying the psyche of his son, Evan. Now authorities are investigating whether Evan Ebel is linked to a Colorado assassination and the shooting of a Texas deputy.