A 5-year-old boy decided he wasn't going to let anybody steal his Christmas this year.
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"Our dispatcher posted a status on Facebook that she had received a call from a little boy. and he told her he thought the Grinch was going to be coming to steal his Christmas", Develle said. He had seen a clip from the animated classic, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" - and was determined to ensure that Byram's finest were on the case.
"We can take him to jail if he comes and tries to steal your Christmas", Develle assured the little boy.
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"He calls people all the time", said Tylon's mother Teresa Brown-Pittman. The operator, Officer Lauren Develle, visited Pittman's home after the call.
TyLon's older brother, TeDera Graves, posted a few pictures and videos of his brother's encounter on Facebook. TyLon, who wants to be a police officer when he grows up, was thrilled. According to the Clarion Ledger, Pittman called the police department last Saturday unbeknownst to the rest of his family after learning on the internet about the green fiend and his motives. They later brought him to a holding cell and showed him how his tip helped them nab the Dr. Seuss character. "You have saved the day".
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