Convicted rapist fails to appear for sentencing in Boulder

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BOULDER, Colo. — A man who was convicted of rape twice failed to show up for his sentencing hearing last week in Boulder, which prompted a county court to issue a warrant for his arrest.

According to the Boulder Daily Camera, Calvin Nagy, 37, was found guilty of sexual assault, a Class 4 felony, and four other misdemeanor charges in November. In light of the conviction, prosecutors asked Boulder District Judge Andrew MacDonald to revoke Nagy’s bond, but the judge denied the request.

Nagy was therefore free on $7,500 bond, which included stipulations like checking in with officials via landline once a day. Officials said Nagy stopped following that particular stipulation a week before his sentencing hearing.

Nagy was due to be sentenced on Feb. 6, but he did not show up to the hearing, which prompted concerns from Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett, who confirmed Nagy had previously been convicted of sexual assault in Boulder in 1996. Nagy was only sentenced to probation in that case.

Boulder Police spokeswoman Kim Kobel said Nagy was last seen in Denver and has relatives in Michigan. She also said he was last known to be driving a red 2009 Nissan XTerra, and may have a 10-year-old Chesapeake Bay retriever with him.



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