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Former Domino's Delivery Driver Arrested For Allegedly Stalking Customer's Young Daughters
Cyrus Warren is accused of stalking the daughters of a customer he met while delivering pizza for Domino's, as well as sexually assaulting an adult woman in a separate incident.
A former Domino's delivery driver is accused of stalking a customer’s young daughters as well as sexually assaulting an adult woman.
Cyrus Warren, 21, has been charged with sexual assault, trespassing, stalking, and attempting to enter a home for multiple incidents between December and February, according to a press release from the Fort Collins Police Department.
The investigation into Warren’s alleged crimes began on Feb. 7 when a Dominos manager called police after a customer complained that Warren was stalking their daughters.
“Based on information from Domino's and a subsequent investigation, detectives learned that Warren delivered pizza to the customer's home” on Dec. 6, the press release states. “On this occasion, the family’s tween daughter answered the door. Warren delivered another pizza on December 22. This time, the family’s younger daughter answered the door. Warren inquired if her parents were home, asked for a hug and picked her up.”
He then allegedly gave the child a note with his contact information on it, offering his “babysitting services.”
On Feb. 7, Warren allegedly approached the home again, this time without a Dominos uniform on. The family's younger daughter answered the door and Warren allegedly asked if he could come inside to use the bathroom.
“The girl refused, then closed and locked the door,” the press release alleges. “Warren knocked several more times. A short time later, the family’s tween daughter saw the door handle moving as if someone was trying to enter the home.”
Warren quit working at Domino’s two days before Christmas, police say, the same day he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman.
“The adult female victim said Warren, an acquaintance, had asked to hang out,” police allege. “The victim agreed, but instead of driving to their agreed upon location, Warren drove them to a secluded area and sexually assaulted her. The victim was able to escape and later contacted police.”
Investigators believe that there are other alleged victims out there.
“This suspect has shown a disturbing pattern of behavior, and we won't stop until every victim has the opportunity to seek justice,” said Assistant Chief Tim Doran, who leads the Criminal Investigation Division stated in the press release.”
Warren is being held on a $100,000 cash bond. He is due in court on April 5. It is not clear if he has a lawyer.
He is apparently a registered sex offender who was convicted of a previous sex crime, 9 News in Denver reports, citing a police affidavit. He is not searchable on the Colorado Sex Offender Registry.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Detective Julia Chenoweth at 970-416-2645. To remain anonymous, one can contact Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868 or www.stopcriminals.org.