The man police say was behind the massive meth lab operation in Lansing will be arraigned in about a week.
Michigan State Police took Cliff Fulton into custody Saturday morning. They say he admitted to operating a meth lab on the 5200 block of South Waverly, but they're waiting on chemical tests before charging him.
This after they uncovered almost 400 pounds of meth-making chemicals, as well as a laundry list of allegedly stolen property. Fulton was arrested back in 2008 on possession of methamphetamines.
Michigan State Police say he'll likely be in prison for a long time.