Fugitives Arrested In Colorado

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Crime Spree Included Car Theft In Glenwood

By Joel Stevens, Associate Editor

    A  pair of Michigan fugitives who stole a vehicle in Glenwood as part of a two-week crime spree have been apprehended in Colorado.
    Kenneth Grauman II, 32, and Greg Bradshaw, 23, were arrested in a hotel in Canon City, Colo., on Thursday by Canon City Police and the U.S. Marshals Service.
    The pair had walked away from  a halfway house in Lake County, Mich., on Sept. 29 leading to a two-week, multi-state manhunt.
    Grauman and Bradshaw and two female accomplices, described in reports as the fugitives’ girlfriends, were apprehended without incident at approximately 7 p.m. on Oct. 11.
    Law enforcement officers discovered a working methamphetamine lab in their hotel room along with $3,000 in cash and a stolen hand gun.
    After fleeing Michigan, the foursome stole cars in both Michigan and Indiana before finding their way to Glenwood, where they allegedly stole another vehicle.
    Grauman, Bradshaw and their two female accomplices were arrested while in possession of a stolen 2006 silver Nissan Altima with stolen Canon City plates on it. That car is believed to be the same reportedly stolen from the Dollar General Store at 1205 S. Locust St. in Glenwood on Oct. 8. The vehicle belonged to the store manager, according to the Glenwood Police Department.
    Grauman and Bradshaw are being held at Fremont County Jail in Colorado awaiting extradition back to Michigan where they will face felony charges.

    EDITOR’S NOTE - Fox17 television station of Grand Rapids, Mich., contributed to this report.