FREMONT COUNTY, Colo. — One of the captured fugitives who ran from police in West Michigan, only to later be caught in Colorado, will be sentenced on Wednesday morning.
In February, Gregory Bradshaw pleaded guilty to to second degree burglary in Colorado. He’s facing eight to 24 years behind bars.
Bradshaw and Kenneth Grauman II had escaped from a halfway house in Lake County, Mich., and were on the run for nearly two weeks. Accompanying them on their drug-fueled crime spree were their girlfriends, Brittany Rector and Laura Grauman.
The four left a trail from Michigan, to Indiana, then to Iowa, and finally to Colorado, where they were captured.
Grauman is also due back in a Colorado court on Wednesday for a motions hearing. Rector’s next court appearance is scheduled for later in April in Allegan County, Mich.