Sullivan Task Force Formed, Ex-Sheriff Was Questioned In Mystery Death
DENVER (CBS4) – CBS4 has learned a multi-juridstictional task force, consisting of 11 full time investigators, has now been formed to look into Pat Sullivan’s past.
Arapahoe County Sheriff confirms to CBS4 that seven investigators from his agency, along with four Denver police officers, began working full time this week looking for other potential victims in Sullivan’s past. Sheriff Grayson Robinson said other police agencies have agreed to lend manpower to the task force if crimes are discovered in their jurisdictions.
Also, Denver police questioned former Arapahoe County Sheriff Pat Sullivan as a “person of interest” following the mysterious death of a 27-year-old man in January.
The body of Sean Moss of Englewood was found in shallow water by the riverbank at 2800 Arkins Court, about 10 blocks north of Coors Field, on Jan. 26. Ultimately, the precise cause of Moss’ death was undetermined.
Soon after his body was found, Denver Police conducted an interview with Sullivan after learning Sullivan and Moss were friends and that Sullivan had bailed Moss out of jail about a month before his death.
Records show Moss was arrested by police in Centennial Jan. 14 for third degree assault and domestic violence.
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