Convicted Rapist Who Skipped Sentencing Still Missing
BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – A man convicted of sexual assault is still missing four days after he was to be sentenced in Boulder.
A nation-wide arrest warrant has been issued for Calvin Nagy when he never showed up for his sentencing on Thursday.
Despite arguments from the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office and a prior conviction in 1996 for the same crime, Judge Andrew MacDonald allowed Nagy to remain out of jail on a $7,500 bond.
His victim, who asked not be identified, is wondering how something like that could happen.
“To allow someone who has committed such egregious crimes against women in our community and state, to let them walk around, not only waiting for trial for two years, but after he’s been convicted he was given a pass. The judge basically said ‘walk on through,’ ” she said.
Before he disappeared Nagy was looking at a possible life sentence.
“To know that he is no longer a risk to the community was going to be a really great day for me and now I don’t know when that will be,” said the victim.
Nagy’s victim said she’s just hoping something will be done before it’s too late.
“He’s only going to hurt someone else because that’s what he does,” she said.
In December George Tiba, who was also on trial for sexual assault, didn’t show up for his verdict. It was the same judge who granted his bond as well.
Under Colorado law, MacDonald could not comment on Nagy as it is an open case.
Anyone with information on Nagy or his whereabouts is asked to contact police.