photo gallery: Alleged meth lab cleanup: State police crew catalogs evidence
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Michigan State Police sent in a crew to clean up Monday night after police said they found a man making methamphetamine in a Ford Mustang Convertible on Briarbrook Drive in Ypsilanti Township.
Although Vic Chevrette, head of the Washtenaw County HAZMAT team, said nothing spilled inside the vehicle, the cleanup team was sent in to make sure all the chemicals were catalogued.
The Ypsilanti Township man was arrested.
AnnArbor.com photographer Courtney Sacco captured these images of the cleanup.