Former 'Sheriff of Year' Gets Jail in Meth-For-Sex Case

Former 'Sheriff of Year' Gets Jail in Meth-For-Sex Case

April 4, 2012 Updated Apr 4, 2012 at 1:57 PM EDT

According to the Denver Post, a 69-year-old former Colorado sheriff -- who was named Sheriff of the Year by the National Sheriffs' Association in 2001 -- was sentenced to 30 days in jail Tuesday after pleading guilty to drug and prostitution charges as part of a plea deal in connection with a meth-for-sex case.

Patrick Sullivan was also placed on probation for two years and received a fine, according to the Denver Post story.

Read the Denver Post story HERE.




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