A man arrested for a meth lab in Gogebic County in February will be spending a minimum of four years in prison.
Larry Eugene Baisden, Jr. pleaded guilty to one count of Maintaining a Meth Lab. He was sentenced May 1.
Baisden, Jr. is currently in the Department of Corrections and will serve a minimum of four years to maximum of 20 years in prison. He is credited for 132 days in jail, and court fines total $198.
Baisden, Jr. was arrested with two other suspects earlier this year in Ironwood, Colton Ray Rabe and Jesse Ann Raymond. The trio was arrested after Ironwood Public Safety made a traffic stop near McCleod and Norfolk Streets.
Rabe and Raymond will be sentenced May 21.