ALLEGAN, Mich. (WOOD) - Laura Grauman, one of four people who led police on a multi-state manhunt in October 2012, is out of a Colorado jail and back in Allegan County.
Grauman, her cousin Kenneth Grauman, Gregory Bradshaw and Brittany Rector fled the state, eluding police in Michigan and Indiana before being caught at a Colorado motel. The case began when Kenneth Grauman and Bradshaw escaped from a prison facility in Baldwin, picked up the women in Allegan, and fled.
Rector, the youngest of the four and still in high school, has been released.
Kenneth Grauman and Bradshaw remain behind bars in Colorado.
Laura Grauman pleaded to a theft charge and sentenced to 90 days in a Colorado jail. Her mother and stepfather drove to Colorado to pick her up in mid-December.
The Allegan County Sheriff's Department does not consider her a flight risk and told 24 Hour News 8 she is being very cooperative.
Allegan County Prosecutor Fred Anderson said he is proceeding slowly in the case against her because of the number of jurisdictions involved.
As part of her probation, she agreed to testify against the others.
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