During the three hours of video, Sullivan talks candidly about what he did that led to his arrest.
You can watch part of the confession in the video attached to this story.
In the video, Sullivan admits he was trading meth for sex, but denies he sold the drug.
"Number one, I am bisexual. Number two, I have smoked, I have never injected meth. I have never sold any," Sullivan says in the video.
Also in the video, the investigators interviewing Sullivan say he "engaged children sexually."
"I can't remember ever being with a child sexually," Sullivan replied.
However, Sullivan says it was "possible" and said "alcohol is no defense."
The investigator then asks if it's possible Sullivan engaged in a threesome with a 13-year-old, and Sullivan says "Yes."
Sullivan pleaded guilty to a felony drug possession charge and a misdemeanor charge of soliciting a prostitute on April 3. Three other charges he was facing were dismissed.
He was sentenced to 38 days in jail, but had already served eight days. In addition to the jail time, Sullivan had to pay a $1,100 fine. He was also sentenced to two years of probation.
Sullivan was released from jail early on April 21. According to Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson, Sullivan was released early for good behavior.
The building Sullivan served his jail time in had a different name coming in than it did when he came out.
On April 10, the Arapahoe County Commissioners voted unanimously to remove Pat Sullivan's name from the jail and rename the facility after its original name - the Arapahoe County Detention Center. The name was removed within 30 minutes of the meeting.
Sullivan was arrested on Nov. 29 in Aurora after he went to a home with meth to exchange the drug for sex with a male acquaintance.
Timothy Faase, who was suspected of supplying meth to Sullivan, was sentenced to three years in prison in March.
Sullivan served as the sheriff for Arapahoe County from 1984 until 2002.
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