The Denver Post reported ,Former Arapahoe County Sheriff Arapahoe County , Colorado, Patrick Sullivan will hold 30 days in jail for what, in exchange for methamphetamine intended to use the services of a gigolo.
In addition, 69-year-old Sullivan for two years will be under the supervision of law enforcement. He will also have to pay a fine of $ 1,100.
The sentence was handed down on April 3. Sullivan was sentenced to 38 days in jail, but he will be counted eight days he spent in custody following his arrest in November 2011. He admitted his guilt and apologized. Sullivan serve his sentence, which the National Association of Sheriffs in 2001, considered "the sheriff of the Year" will be in prison, previously named in his honor.
Possession of drugs is a serious crime in the U.S., while the purchase of services is a prostitute or a gigolo in Colorado, one of the least serious crimes, bordering on administrative offenses. ,
the Associated Press reports , Sullivan served as sheriff in 1984-2002, respectively. At one time he was particularly famous for fighting the spread of drugs among young people. According to NewsCore, in 1995, Presidentappointed him a member of the Commission on Crime Prevention.