Police seek Vail man in rape case
BOULDER – Police are searching for a Vail man twice convicted of rape but who didn’t show up for a sentencing hearing.
Calvin Nagy, 37, was convicted in November of sexual assault in Boulder, a Class 4 felony. A judge issued an arrest warrant after Nagy did not show up for his sentencing hearing earlier this month. He could face up to life in prison. The District Attorney’s office said Nagy is still at large.
Nagy had already been convicted of sexual assault in Boulder in 1996. He was on probation in that case before his November sex assault conviction.
Under the terms of his bond, Nagy was required to use a land line to call his probation officer every day. He stopped doing that the week before his sentencing, prosecutors said.
When Nagy failed to show up for his sentencing, Boulder District Judge Andrew MacDonald revoked Nagy’s bond and issued a warrant for his arrest.
Boulder police say Nagy was last seen in Denver driving a red 2009 Nissan XTerra. He might have a 10-year-old Chesapeake Bay retriever with him.
Staff Writer Randy Wyrick can be reached at 970-748-2935 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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