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A police officer in Ohio went above and beyond for one customer who ordered food through DoorDash.

Matthew Colvin, a cop in Streetsboro, pulled over Bryson Nobles after discovering there was an arrest warrant out for him. Nobles, 21, also had a suspended driver’s license.

When Colvin approached the car Nobles explained that he was out delivering food for DoorDash. So, instead of letting that good food go to waste, Colvin opted to finish the two deliveries while his partner took Nobles to jail.

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Via FOX 8

We would not have known about officer Colvin’s deliveries, but Ashley Csorba decided to post a video on social media, that paid tribute to the officer’s commitment to protect and serve.

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“I was like, ‘That is the craziest thing that has ever happened but it was so kind of him,’” she said.

Colvin told us that his motivation for the good deed was simple. He is a DoorDash customer and is not happy and at times, is even “hangry” when his order is late or canceled.

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