By Staff Reporter
A video was release by the Montague County Sheriff's Department of a high speed pursuit with Ex-Convict Evan Ebel, who spend almost 8 year in a Colorado State Prison administrative segregation cell before being released straight on to the streets.
Ebel obtained a semiautomatic pistol from Stevie Marie Ann Vigil, who was sentenced this week to 27 months in prison for knowing transferring a firearm to a convicted felon. Ebel used the firearm to kill Nate Leon, a pizza delivery driver and the Colorado prison director Tom Clements on March 17, 2013.
After killing Colorado's prison director, Ebel left Colorado and headed to Texas where Montague County Deputy James Boyd pulled Ebel over for a traffic violation. Deputy Boyd was shot, but survived. See the video above of the pursuit that followed shortly or view on You Tube http://youtu.be/f3UEiVSP_z8