Denver bathhouse was the subject of a search by the police. They executed a search warrant at the Triple C Baths in connection to their on-going investigation of former Arapahoe County Sheriff Pat Sullivan.
Sullivan was arrested for allegedly exchanging meth for sex with men. One of those alleged men, Sean Moss, used to work at the Triple C. Several patrons of the bathhouse have come forward claiming Sullivan was a regular at the Triple C. Later on Sullivan recommended Moss for a job as a security guard for the Cherry Creek School District. Moss died earlier this year with methamphetamine and date rape drug in his system.
According to 7 News in Denver
The owner of Triple C told 7NEWS reporter Marshall Zelinger investigators were looking for records about Sullivan and any surveillance video that may exist. 7NEWS learned surveillance is only monitored and not recorded at Triple C.
Sources close to the investigation also confirmed the search of the club was also for drugs.
“What are you guys looking for in here that’s related to the Patrick Sullivan case?” asked Zelinger.
“I can’t make any comment on it,” said Ferrari. “There are several jurisdictions involved in this investigation, but I can’t comment any more than that because the search warrant is sealed.”
The owner of the Triple C said the search was related to the Sullivan case as investigators were looking for records about Sullivan and any surveillance video that may exist. Unfortunately for the police surveillance is only monitored and not recorded at the Triple C.