Former Arapahoe Sheriff Patrick Sullivan saw his name removed from detention center last Tuesday, in place since 2002, in honor of his career. Sullivan was convicted just a week earlier for possession of meth and soliciting prostitution in infamous "meth-for-sex" bust. Denver Post reveals light sentence, seems to lend support to idea, Sullivan may be protected if not entirely untouchable:
"Sullivan, 69, ...was sentenced to 30 days in jail and two years of probation after after pleading guilty to felony possession of methamphetamine and soliciting for prostitution. He also was fined $1,100."
Whoop-de-doo! It's also apparent readers can find more information, internationally, than from sources closer to home! The video (at left) taken from recent Daily Mail article, offers extended video and fuller picture of Sullivan's tawdry lifestyle!