Some mothers in Fairfield got their Mother’s Day gifts delivered by police officers. This comes after a flower delivery driver was arrested for driving under the influence Sunday.
According to Fairfield police, they received a report of a crash in the area. They later found out a flower delivery driver was involved in the crash and tried to run away from the crash scene.
Police said the driver was in the middle of delivering flowers to customers.
Officers discovered that the driver was impaired and was later arrested for DUI.
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After booking the driver, several Fairfield police officers gathered the flowers out of the car and started delivering them to the waiting customers.
Fairfield police posted photos of their officers taking over the delivery duties on their Twitter page.
"Fairfield police finishes the remaining flower deliveries for you! Happy Mother's Day 2021, everyone. Hopefully, we get the flowers to their destinations on time," Fairfield police officials said in a tweet.