DENVER (AP) - A former Arapahoe County sheriff convicted in a meth-for-sex case has failed a urine test.
The Denver Post, citing court documents filed last week, reported Thursday that following the test, probation was extended for three months for Patrick Sullivan. His probation had been previously scheduled to end next week. The documents did not specify what banned substance was found in his urine.
The Post reported it was at least the second probation violation for the 71-year-old Sullivan.
In 2012 he was sentenced to 30 days in jail and placed on two years' probation after pleading guilty to felony possession of methamphetamine and soliciting for prostitution.
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