Published: Wed, December 20, 2017
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

Boy, 5, Calls 911 On The Grinch

Boy, 5, Calls 911 On The Grinch

TyLon Pittman, a 5-year-old who aspires to be a police officer when he grows up, called 911 to warn them that The Grinch was on his way. Officer Lauren Develle with the Byram, Mississippi Police Department responded to the scene, assuring Tylon that the holiday was not in danger.

After watching a clip from the animated film adaptation of Dr Seuss' classic children's book, TyLon Pittman ran to the phone and dialled 911 multiple times, but he got cold feet and hung up after each attempt.

The officer in MS assured the young boy that his Christmas was safe and that the Grinch would not be stealing his toys.

After locking up the Grinch, Tylon wore his Byram PD hat proudly, with a strong sense of accomplishment.

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"What are you going to do if he tries to steal your Christmas?" the officer asks.

Later, he told his mother, TeResa Pittman, that he had made the call, but she didn't take the tot seriously at the time.

TeDera Dwayne Graves II wrote in a post on Facebook. The video of the endearing interaction between the little boy and Officer Develle quickly went viral.

So on Monday night, the police department invited TyLon to the station to help them put the Grinch behind bars. They showed up with a Grinch and let Tylon arrest him. Thank you to Officer Develle and BPD for not only making my little brother's day but for showing him that being an officer isn't just about stopping crime.

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