Paul Della Rosa, Denver deputy, busted after pukey hot tub party with fourteen year old girls

Categories: Colorado Crimes

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More photos, video below.
The photos of three teenage girls on the Facebook page belonging to Paul Della Rosa, a veteran deputy with the Denver Sheriff's Department, may be perfectly innocent. They could feature family members (he's got a young daughter) or friends of friends.

Whatever the case, Della Rosa was jailed for allegedly contributing to the delinquency of three fourteen-year-old girls via pervy Facebook messages, as well as a drunken, pukey hot tub party -- which he's said to have captured on video.

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A photo of Della Rosa from his Facebook page.
According to 9News, the investigation of Della Rosa got underway after the mom of one fourteen year old eyeballed sexually charged Facebook conversations between the deputy, age 52, and her daughter.

The station says many of the messages were too racy to broadcast, but it did share a couple of them: "I will have to lick you again," and "You little Vixon [sic], I knew I liked you for a reason."

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The Ameristar Casino.
And then there was a trip to the Ameristar Casino in Black Hawk, at which Della Rosa is said to have plied the teens with alcohol and taken footage of them in a hot tub, where one of them vomited.

Investigators have not yet found the footage.

As for those Facebook photos we mentioned earlier (update), we previously posted one cropped to protect the identities of those pictured -- but we have removed it at the request of one girl's mother.

At this point, Della Rosa has only been charged with providing the girls with alcohol, but the investigation is continuing. At last report, Della Rosa was behind bars in Gilpin County. His bond: $10,000.

Here's a larger look at Della Rosa's mug shot, followed by a 9News piece.

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Paul Della Rosa.

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

More from our Colorado Crimes archive circa December 2011: "Rick Ferguson, Boulder deputy, allegedly used squad car computer to chat up underage girls."

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24 comments
Vik Al
Vik Al

Looks lyk its not nice to be on the other side of the law huh lol Darius Whitecalf read da article

Janet Welch
Janet Welch

uck uck uck.......where were the parents?

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

It ain't a party until someone barfs in the hot tub ...


Sterling Meeks
Sterling Meeks

You do realize that 14 yr olds are more than capable of lying their asses off to their parents/guardians. This "blame the parents" schtick online has more than been outplayed.

Lynn Pevey
Lynn Pevey

It's sad that you can't find proof so you make it up and try to make it out to be some sensational scandal with your wording. I went to his FB page and looked at his pictures. And if you paid attention you would see that this picture you have above, and within the article, is a picture of his daughter posing with her friends at their homecoming this past Sept. Are you trying to say that this guy is possibly messing with his own daughter?? I agree if he is sending racy messages to a child that it must stop and there needs to be an investigation into it all, but don't try to make the story POP OUT at people by adding things that you stole from someone's personal FB wall and glamorizing them with no real facts/truths. That's just assinine reporting to me!

Tacos LA Tapatia Gdl
Tacos LA Tapatia Gdl

Where the parents are , who let a 14 years old girl be out whit out knowing where is her, blame on parents too.

Amanda McGregor
Amanda McGregor

He's gross. What 14 year old girl would even want that old creep?

Annalise Ackelson
Annalise Ackelson

Its just sad. The police are supposed to be the people that we teach our children to trust, not to fear... Something's got to change

Cory Valencia
Cory Valencia

Gilpin county has it very easy, I hear they get pizza night and movies.

Caribketch
Caribketch

Ya gotta be White, otherwise you would hardly advise your children to trust the police...


DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 "The police are supposed to be the people that we teach our children to trust, not to fear"


LOL! ... what delusional fantasy world do you live in?

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