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After DoorDash driver's arrest, California probation officer finishes delivery

Lucy Hodgman, The Sacramento Bee on

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — After arresting a driver in the middle of delivering a DoorDash order, a Placer County probation officer took it upon himself to drop off the delivery.

The Placer County Probation department announced in a news release posted to social media on Saturday that Officers Wilson and Robles —both probation officers in the department, who were only identified by their last names — located a person who had failed to comply with the conditions of his release.

When officers arrested the man, he was in the process of delivering a DoorDash order from McDonald’s by car. Wilson, who the release said “never leaves a job unfinished,” completed the delivery order himself after the man had been taken into custody.



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