ALLEGAN, MI (WHTC) - Lauralee Grauman has entered a guilty plea to a breaking and entering charge and a count of unlawfully driving away of an automobile in Allegan County. She is the first of four members of a group that conducted a cross country meth-fueled crime spree to be convicted of a crime in Michigan. It began when Kenneth Grauman and Gregory Bradshaw escaped from a state corrections facility, picked up their girlfriends in Allegan County, evaded police by breaking into a home and then stealing a white Ford Taurus that belonged to the owner of the home. The same charges are pending against Brittney Rector. The two men are facing charges in Colorado, where the crime spree ended; the women and Bradshaw had reached plea deals with prosecutors there, while Kenneth Grauman is still considering a proposal.
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