TIMELINE: Former sheriff arrested in sex-for-meth case
9Wants to Know has learned Denver Police's raid on Triple C happened late in the morning.
The Denver Police Department's mobile crime lab was parked outside the bathhouse at Lawrence and 21st streets as investigators searched the building.
Police won't say what they were looking for and the warrant has been sealed by a judge.
Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson says he was aware of the raid, but couldn't comment on whether it's related to the case against Sullivan.
Sullivan, 68, was arrested on Nov. 29, accused of trading methamphetamine for sex with men. He faces charges that include one count of distribution of a controlled substance, one count of attempting to influence a public servant, one count of possession of methamphetamine and one count of solicitation of a prostitute.
Sullivan bonded out of jail after his bail was reduced from $500,000 to $50,000.
He will appear in court again in January.
Sean Moss, a man Sullivan recommended for a job as a security guard for the Cherry Creek School District, used to work at the bathhouse. That's where the two reportedly met.
Moss died earlier this year, just weeks after he was bailed out of jail by Sullivan.
Several men have come forward since Sullivan's arrest alleging they watched him do drugs and give drugs to others. One of the men says he masturbated in front of Sullivan.
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