Sheriff Of The Year Arrested
November 30, 2011 by staff
Patrick Sullivan, 68, who was the National Sheriff’s Association’s “Sheriff of the Year” in 2001, was being held on $250,000 bail in the Arapahoe County jail that bears his name, the Patrick J. Sullivan Jr. Detention Facility. KUSA says he is being kept in a jail cell away from other inmates.
Sullivan was sheriff of the Denver-area county from 1984 until 2002, when he retired.
The Denver Post, quoting current Sheriff Grayson Robinson, says Sullivan was arrested by a drug task-force team that was “visually monitoring” the alleged delivery by Sullivan of methamphetamine to a person in Aurora, Colo., while seeking sex in return.
Sullivan faces a charge of unlawful distribution, manufacturing, dispensing or sale of a controlled substance, the sheriff’s office said, according to the Post. The charge carries a maximum punishment of six years in prison.
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