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MS 5-year-old calls 911 to save Christmas from the Grinch

20 December 2017, 01:10 | Conrad Doyle

MS 5-year-old calls 911 to save Christmas from the Grinch

I can NOT make this up!!! My 5 year old brother called the police and said that the Grinch is stealing people Christmas and he don't want him to steal his so they really came to our house' said brother Te Dera Dwayne Graves who was home for the holidays

After his brother showed him videos of Dr. Seuss' famous Grinch on the internet, five-year-old TyLon Pittman from Byram, Mississippi, called 911, alerting local authorities of what was about to go down. So he called 911 to get help from the police.

Officer Lauren Develle took his call and showed up at the house shortly after to reassure TyLon that she would not let the Grinch steal any presents this year.

Thanks to the vigilance of 5-year-old TyLon Pittman from Byram, Mississippi, the Grinch will not be stealing anyone's Christmas this year. Charred Elf on the Shelf goes out in blaze of glory.in the ovenFearful that the Grinch would take his Christmas, Pittman apparently took it as fact, but the 911 operator and the police department took it a step further. TyLon called 911 to report that he did not want the Grinch to come steal his Christmas. TyLon's mother, TeResa Pittman, asked him.

TeDera Dwayne Graves II wrote in a post on Facebook. "So I ended up looking around and I found him".

The boy added: 'I want y'all to come back to my house and take him to jail'.

"So what are you going to do if he tries to steal your Christmas?"

TyLon's mom said that her son wants to be a police officer when he grows up, and that the experience, while bringing people a little joy, was also a very meaningful one. "You have saved the day", The Clarion-Ledger reported.

The Christmas hero was given a Grinch doll to remember the occasion, and told to come back to apply for a job at the department when he turns 21, according to the Clarion Ledger.

"The police chief told him, 'I'm going to give you these little handcuffs, and little police auto now, but when you turn 21 come back here".

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