A former Colorado sheriff once named national “Sheriff of the Year” has pleaded guilty to charges of trading meth for sex and sentenced to 38 days in jail, KUSA-TV reports.
Patrick Sullivan, the 69-year-old former Arapahoe County sheriff, will serve his sentence in the county jail named after him, although he will be separated from the general jail population. He will also be on probation for two years.
Somehow, I don’t think it’s going to get him much street cred having the prison bear his name.
Legendary former sheriff pleads guilty in meth-for-sex case