Police deliver customer’s food after arresting Grubhub driver


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A Grubhub driver in Arizona was arrested during a recent delivery, but the customer still received their food. The Tucson Police Department reported that the driver was taken into custody during a traffic stop, during which Officer Valenzuela noticed a customer’s meal in the driver’s car. The officer decided to pick up the food and deliver it to the customer. Officer Frank Magos praised Valenzuela on social media, stating that he earned a five-star rating for both protecting and serving dinner. The driver’s identity has not been revealed.

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