Man to be sentenced after cross-country manhunt
Updated: Wednesday, April 10 2013, 10:16 AM EDT
COLORADO (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - One of the men who escaped from an inmate re-entry program and led police on a cross country manhunt is set to learn his sentence Wednesday.
Gregory Bradshaw, Kenneth Grauman and their girlfriends, Laura Grauman and Brittney Rector, were on the run for more than a week back in October before police finally tracked them down in Colorado.
That's where one of those men is scheduled to face a judge Wednesday morning.
Gregory Bradshaw pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree burglary back in February, but an agreement with the judge opens him up to a pretty hefty sentence.
Because the charge is with in the aggravated sentencing range Bradshaw faces eight to 24 years in prison.
Bradshaw and fellow fugitive Ken Grauman were arrested at a motel in Cañon City Colorado, along with their girlfriends.
Police say they found weapons and a meth lab in their room.
The group went on a multi-state crime spree that started when the two men broke out of a jail program here in Michigan.
Bradshaw took the plea deal to avoid the other charges.
Colorado prosecutors have said they will dismiss their extradition case against Bradshaw if Michigan places a detainer on him, meaning he can be transferred here as a prisoner to face charges in our state.