Minnesota man convicted in Aurora manhunt case

Drake Ross and Jeremy Bromely enter court, escorted by Hamilton County Sheriff Kirk Handrup (NTV News)

A Minnesota man has pled guilty to charges surrounding a chase that locked down Aurora Public Schools in February.

Jeremy Bromley was convicted of felony operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest and misdemeanor first degree criminal trespassing Friday in Hamilton County District Court.

According to law enforcement, Bromley ran from a traffic stop, which led to a manhunt that took hours.

At the time, Bromley was wanted on multiple warrants out of Minnesota.

His sentencing in Nebraska is set for May 19.

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