This past weekend, 5-year-old TyLon Pittman of Jackson, Mississippi saved his fellow kids from a sad Christmas by bringing the Grinch to justice. "Watch for that little Grinch", Tylon tipped off the 911 operator. Watch the full clip below. "I won't let that happen", Develle told TyLon.
"He calls people all the time", Teresa Brown-Pittman said. "Then the Grinch talked to him and said he was sorry and that he would stop stealing Christmas presents".
TyLon nodded solemnly saying: "He steals everybody's Christmas".
The police assured the young MS boy that Christmas would be okay. "If he gets your number, he's going to call you and blow you up; but to dial 911, oh my God, no". TyLon then put the Grinch in a holding cell, saving Christmas for all the little boys and girls around the world. "I'm going to ride my motorcycle so fast". "Every Christmas morning, my dad wears these Grinch trousers", she said with a smile on Sunday.
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Officer Develle told The Clarion Ledger that Dr. Seuss's How The Grinch Stole Christmas has a special place in her heart as well, since she's spent a lifetime being compared to Cindy Lou Who. "Your bravery is unmatched", the Grinch said.
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. 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.
"The police chief told him, 'I'm going to give you these little handcuffs, and little police vehicle now, but when you turn 21 come back here".