CENTENNIAL - 9Wants to Know has learned former Arapahoe County Sheriff Pat Sullivan has tested positive for methamphetamine three times while on probation.
Not only is Sullivan accused of testing positive for meth, he's also accused of skipping out on numerous drug tests, leaving the state of Colorado without permission and testing positive for alcohol.
The former sheriff, who was arrested during a drug sting in November 2011, will stand before a judge on Thursday for a probation-revocation hearing.
According to court paperwork, Sullivan tested positive for meth twice in September 2012 and on March 3, 2014.
His court summons also says he failed to provide urine screens more than 30 times since May 21, 2012.
Sullivan tested positive for alcohol four times according to the court paperwork and left the state for a period of two weeks earlier this year without permission.
Earlier this year, 9Wants to Know reported Sullivan had his probation extended to July 3 because of a positive urine screen.
Sullivan was sentenced to 38 days in jail and probation for two years after he pleaded guilty to soliciting a prostitute and to possessing meth in April 2012.
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