All that leather just gets him excited, I guess:
A former Colorado police sheriff, who was once named national “Sheriff of the Year,” pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of trading methamphetamine for sex with a male prostitute.
According to KUSA-TV, 69-year-old Patrick Sullivan confessed to a felony drug possession charge and a misdemeanor charge for soliciting a prostitute.
Sullivan was caught in an undercover sting operation last November after going to a home in Aurora, Colorado to trade meth for sex with a male prostitute. Deputy Attorney General Michael Dougherty said Sullivan’s actions during the sting, such as undressing after throwing the meth on the bed, revealed that Sullivan committed the practice multiple times before.