Former Colorado pizza delivery boy accused of stalking young customers


FORT COLLINS, Colo. (KKTV) — A pizza delivery driver is charged with criminal harassment and an assortment of other crimes after he alleged disturbing behavior with a customer’s young daughter.

Fort Collins police say 21-year-old Cyrus Warren repeatedly made moves on a girl under the age of 13, including showing up without a uniform and trying to make her way to her home.

Police say Warren twice delivered pizza to the family and both times one of the family’s daughters answered the door. While no unusual behavior was reported the first time he met the family, things reportedly got out of hand the second time he brought pizza.

“This time, the youngest daughter of the family answered the door. Warren asked if her parents were home, asked for a hug, and picked her up. He then gave the child a note offering his contact information and childcare services,” Fort Collins police said.

Two months later, Warren reportedly returned home unannounced.

“The youngest daughter of the family answered the door. Warren asked if his parents were home and asked if he could come in to use the bathroom. The girl refused, then closed and locked the door. Warren knocked several times. Shortly after, the young daughter of the family saw the doorknob moving as if someone was trying to enter the house,” police said.

The parents called Domino’s to report Warren’s behavior and were told he abruptly quit on Dec. 23, the day after he delivered his second pizza to the family.

The police were notified and Warren was arrested for harassment and attempted first degree trespassing.

While investigating the case, detectives reportedly discovered that Warren was a registered sex offender with a habit of providing babysitting services to delivery customers. He has worked for restaurants other than Domino’s. Police are concerned that there are other victims and have asked anyone with knowledge of an unreported incident to contact Det. Julia Chenoweth at 970-416-2645 or Larimer County Crime Stoppers at 970 -221-6868.

Warren is also accused of sexually assaulting an acquaintance while hanging out in late December – the same day he left Domino’s.

He is currently being held on $100,000 bond.

Fort Collins police released the following known timeline of Warren’s alleged actions:

October 31, 2021: Suspect starts working for Domino’s

December 6, 2021: Suspect delivers pizza to Village Garden Apartments home and interacts with daughter

December 22, 2021: Suspect delivers pizza to Village Garden Apartments home and interacts with youngest daughter

December 23, 2021: A suspect allegedly sexually assaulted a woman

December 23, 2021: Suspect Quits Job at Domino’s Without Notice

February 7, 2022: Suspect visits Village Garden Apartments home, interacts with younger daughter, allegedly tried to enter home

February 23, 2022: Suspect arrested on warrants for sexual assault, criminal harassment and attempted trespassing

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