How someone stole a family's Christmas Grinch

Posted December 20, 2017

A five-year-old MS boy called 911 to report that the Grinch was trying to steal Christmas.

Tylon Pittman was watching videos on a smartphone when he called authorities after seeing the Grinch taking presents before Christmas, WLBT reported.

"I just want to tell you the Grinch is not going to steal your Christmas, OK?" the officer said.

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"You have saved Christmas for the people of Byram", the Grinch told TyLon.

Once the Grinch served his time, Tylon got to tour the jail and was sure to offer his services to the department, should they need him to save the holidays again. "Every Christmas morning, my dad wears these Grinch trousers", Develle told the Clarion Ledger.

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

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TyLon's brother, TeDera Dwayne Graves, who had just returned home from the Air Force, walked over to investigate.

'I kind of find it really amusing.

"So what are you going to do if he tries to steal your Christmas?" "If he gets your number, he's going to call you and blow you up". They decided not to take the Grinch to jail - they let Tylon do the honors! After serving his time in the holding cell, Tylon made a decision to let the Grinch go. "Your bravery is unmatched; you have saved the day". 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.

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Thompson said he told TyLon that when he is 21, he can fill out an application to be a real officer.