ALLEGAN, MI (WHTC) - Sentencing for Lauralee Grauman slated for yesterday has been postponed until September 19 due to a docket conflict by Allegan County Circuit Court Judge Kevin Cronin. It’s the third time since May that the 30-year-old Allegan woman has had to wait to learn her fate due to various reasons. She had pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a burglary and an auto theft at a home near Dorr last October as part of aiding her cousin and her boyfriend’s escape from a state corrections program. Another woman involved, 18-year-old Brittany Rector, is serving a year in jail and three years probation, while the fugitives, Kenneth Grauman and Gregory Bradshaw, are in Colorado state prisons after pleading guilty to meth-related charges stemming from their arrests that ended their flight from justice.
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