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CBP Intercepts Colorado’s Most Wanted Sex Offender

Release Date: 
September 25, 2014

Twice-Convicted Fugitive Arrested at Denver International Airport

DENVER— U.S.Customs and Border Protection officers working at Denver International Airport positively identified Calvin Christopher Nagy as the subject of a nationwide no-bail arrest warrant. The 38-year old U.S. citizen was taken into custody, Sept. 24, immediately upon his arrival from Mexico.

Nagy was wanted for failing to appear in Boulder, Colorado for sentencing on sexual assault charges. A warrant was issued for his arrest in February 2014.

“CBP’s authority over international inbound and outbound air, land, and sea traffic places our officers in a position to intercept wanted criminals as they cross the border,” said Brian J. Humphrey, CBP director of Field Operations in San Francisco. “Working closely with our federal, state, and local law enforcement partners creates an opportunity to cast a wider net, thus providing greater opportunity to protect the citizens in our communities.”

Nagy was turned over to the Boulder County Police Department for further processing. Additional inquiries regarding this case should be referred to Boulder County Police Department.

Last modified: 
February 9, 2017