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For Immediate Release

February 03, 2012 Senior Inspector Nolan Sasaki
District of Hawaii (808) 620-1366
Two Sex Offender Fugitives from Virginia Arrested on Oahu by U.S. Marshals Task Force

Honolulu, HI – On February 01, 2012 members of the U.S. Marshals Service Adam Walsh Task Force arrested wanted sex offender fugitive Clark Boisvert, age 32 of Virginia, near the shops at Waialua Sugar Mill. Then in the late evening of February 02, 2012 task force members arrested a second wanted sex offender fugitive, Jordan Monteiro, age 31 of Virginia on Wahane Street in Kapolei. Both fugitives had fled from authorities in Virginia and were hiding out on Oahu.

Boisvert was wanted by local law enforcement on an outstanding arrest warrant for failing to comply with sex offender registration requirements. He was also wanted by authorities in Virginia on two outstanding arrest warrants. One was a probation violation warrant for an underlying sex offense and the second was for failing to register as a violent sex offender. On February 15, 2001, a Virginia court convicted Boisvert of rape. He also has an extensive criminal history with seven convictions ranging from burglary and larceny.

Monteiro was wanted by Virginia law enforcement on two outstanding arrest warrants. One was a probation violation warrant for an underlying sex offense of a minor and the second was for failing to register as a violent sex offender.

Monteiro was convicted back on February 12, 2001 in Virginia for aggravated sexual battery and carnal knowledge of a child 13 to 15 years old. He also has an extensive criminal history with convictions ranging from rape, forgery, possession of a firearm by a felon, carrying a concealed weapon, and possession of a weapon of mass destruction. Boisvert and Monteiro were both classified by Virginia law enforcement as Violent Sexual Predators.

In coordination with the Hawaii State Attorney General’s Office Sex Offender Unit, task force members received a tip that Boisvert, a convicted sex offender was not in compliance with State of Hawaii registration requirements and may be hiding out on Oahu. Through an investigation it was determined Boisvert was still on Oahu and in violation of the Hawaii sex offender registration laws. The State AG’s office issued an arrest warrant for Boisvert on January 30, 2012 and task force members to include US Marshals and Hawaii State Sheriffs were tasked with hunting down and arresting the fugitive. Through the investigation, agents determined Boisvert was working and living on a farm located in the Waialua area and began conducting surveillance. During the investigation agents determined that Boisvert was traveling with a close friend later identified as Monteiro who task force members identified as a convicted sex offender who was in Hawaii unregistered. US Marshals and Hawaii State Sheriff’s tracked Boisvert to the stores surrounding Waialua Sugar Mill and arrested him without incident.

Boisvert was transported to the State Sheriff’s Receiving Desk for processing. With Boisvert in custody and off the streets, task force member’s next target was Monteiro. Agents soon discovered an address in Kapolei which was connected to Boisvert and Monteiro and quickly set up surveillance. In the late evening hours of February 2nd agents identified a vehicle associated with the Kapolei address and observed a male in the passenger seat matching Monteiro’s description and immediately conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle. When the vehicle stopped, Monteiro got out of the vehicle and challenged US Marshals and Sheriffs Deputies. During the ensuing arrest Monteiro continued to resist and was eventually tased by a US Marshal. Monteiro was treated at the Queens Medical Center as a precaution and later transported to the Honolulu Police Department Center Receiving Desk.

Boisvert is being held on $25,000 bail and will remain in custody until his hearing on Monday. Monteiro is being held on the outstanding warrants from Virginia and will remain in custody pending an extradition hearing back to Virginia.

The U.S. Marshals Service Adam Walsh Task Force was named after the late Adam Walsh, son of America’s Most Wanted host John Walsh whose son was abducted and murdered. To ensure the safety of children across the country, the U.S. Marshals Service implemented an aggressive enforcement strategy against fugitives and/or unregistered sex offenders. Since the program’s inception in 2006, U.S. Marshals have apprehended more than 20,000 fugitives wanted for sexual assaults, sex offender registration violations and other sex crimes.

Additional information about the U.S. Marshals Service can be found at



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