Pat Sullivan’s Probation Officer Recommends A Sexual Evaluation
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – The probation officer for former Arapahoe County Sheriff Pat Sullivan wants him to have a sexual evaluation.
The officer says he’s observed what he calls “concerning behavior” in Sullivan, who was involved in a sex for methamphetamine scandal.
The report from Sullivan’s probation office says that they have become aware of behaviors by Sullivan that are concerning, and alarming. It says he had been reaching out to someone with whom he had a financial arrangement with in the past.
“In this transaction the defendant selected his partner to be someone whom he previously had authority over, indicated issues related to power and control,” the report states.
The report doesn’t mention specifically what happened, a name, or what that person’s past with Sullivan entailed. Also, there was one sentence in that report that was blacked out.
The report finished by saying Sullivan’s continued violations indicates he is choosing not to abide by court orders. It also asked for him to participate in a voluntary mental health exam.
Also in the paperwork CBS4 received was a response from Sullivan’s lawyer. He referred to that evaluation as a sexual evaluation. He said Sullivan would not be participating in it and then listed the reasons why.