US Marshals Service: Colorado SWAT team arrests 2 men who escaped Michigan prison Sept. 29
Kenneth Grauman, Gregory Bradshaw escaped from minimum security Lake County Residential Reentry Program in Baldwin
The U.S. Marshals Service says two Michigan prison fugitives have been arrested in Colorado after the two set up a methamphetamine lab in the motel they were staying in.
Mlive.com reports Friday that police discovered a small meth lab in the Canon City, Colo., motel where the 32-year-old Kenneth Grauman and 23-year-old Gregory Bradshaw were arrested Thursday afternoon without incident.
Grauman and Bradshaw escaped Sept, 29. from the minimum security Lake County Residential Reentry Program in Baldwin.
The Marshals Service says the men repeatedly dodged police in Michigan and are suspected in "numerous home invasions and at least one stolen vehicle in Allegan County."
The service says tips led investigators to Canon City, Colo., where police and marshals spotted them.
WOOD-TV reports the men and two women accompanying them had a significant but undisclosed amount of money with them when they were arrested.
The Marshals Service says a Pueblo, Colo., SWAT team arrested the men without incident Thursday afternoon. The men are jailed awaiting extradition to Michigan.
It says authorities also took into custody the men's companions, Laura Grauman and Brittany Rector.
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