DORR, Mich. (WOOD) - Where are Greg Bradshaw and Ken Grauman and are these escaped inmates dangerous?
Since they escaped from the Lake County Residential Re-entry Program on Sept. 29, they've eluded police on three separate occasions -- from the facility, from a bean field along the Kent-Montcalm county border and from a cornfield in Dorr on Monday night.
It's possible they may have broken into at least one home along 22nd Avenue in Dorr and stole weapons.
The pair is desperate, and they may now be armed.
Investigators told 24 Hour News 8 they have no direct evidence the break-in on 22nd Avenue was committed by Bradshaw,23, and Grauman, 32, and their girlfriends, but it did happen in the same vicinity as the Monday search.
"It's kind of scary. I mean, for me I can take care of myself, but everybody's got wives and kids and mothers," said Ken Fein, who lives in the neighborhood. "Everybody's not able to take care of themselves quite as good as some of us."
Other rumors continue to swirl. Investigators know about the one house break-in, but there is no word on another getaway car. Authorities wonder if someone is giving them a ride or if they stole a vehicle no one has yet reported missing.
A $1,500 reward is being offered for information relating to the suspects' arrests. If you see them or have information, you're asked to call 911.
Vehicles occupied by a sheriff's deputy and a Michigan State Police motor carrier officer were hit.
A fire damaged three garages and some homes in a Grand Haven neighborhood early Thursday morning.
The suspects stole cash and fled the scene.