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Updated: Colorado's Ten Most Wanted Sex Offenders

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It's been more than six months since we last shared the updated list of Colorado's most wanted sex offenders — a roster that got a big shakeup after Calvin Nagy, who'd held down the number-one spot, was arrested in Mexico.

As you might expect, there have been additional changes since then.

For instance, two members of the current five most-wanted offenders don't officially qualify, since one has been arrested and another is officially in compliance with state regulations.

That's why our top ten features twelve entries, including sexually violent predator Michael Keslar, seen above, who's been sought since 2003 — by far the longest of anyone on the list.

See information about the dozen entries below, including physical descriptions and information about their original offenses. For more information, click here.

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