CAÑON CITY, CO. (WHTC) - Two escaped convicts from Allegan County, captured after a multi-state chase over a nearly two week-long span, aren't about to be freed from jail anytime soon.
Charges were formally filed on Wednesday in Fremont County District Court west of Pueblo, Colorado against 23-year-old Gregory Bradshaw, his 29-year-old girlfriend Lauralee Grauman, and her 32-year-old cousin Kenneth Grauman II. Those three, along with Kenneth Grauman's 17-year-old Brittany Rector, were arrested in a motel 11 days after Bradshaw and Kenneth Grauman broke free from a Michigan correctional program in Baldwin. The four then embarked on a flight from justice that allegedly involved several break ins and stolen vehicles in a number of states. When they were caught without incident by a group of officers from various jurisdictions, an active meth lab was uncovered in their motel room.
Bradshaw and Kenneth Grauman were ordered held on a total of 600 thousand dollars each, pending an October 24th hearing that could lead to extradition to Michigan. Lauralee Graumann is charged locally and is held on two thousand dollars bond pending a October 30th preliminary hearing, while Rector is in Colorado's juvenile justice system due to her age.