Little Boy Saves Christmas By Calling The Police And Locking Up The Grinch

TeDeraGraves Published December 21, 2017 401 Plays

Rumble / Priceless MomentsChristmas is safe thanks to this five-year-old boy who decided to call 911 after suspecting that the Grinch was stealing everyone's Christmas.

Watching their favorite shows can wake up kids’ imagination. The characters come to life in their heads, so it is only natural to think that those same characters will probably come at them. This is what happened to five-year-old Tylon Pittman from Byram, Mississippi, as he was watching Dr. Seuss’ "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" on his mobile phone.

Concerned Tylon dialed 911 to report that the Grinch is trying to steal Christmas. "I want y'all to come back to my house and take him to jail!". And that’s exactly what the Byram’s police officers did, they showed up at Tylon’s house! The little boy then told his mother about the phone call he made and not long after, there was a knock on the door. It was the police officers from the nearby Byram Police Department. Police officer Lauren Develle rushed to Tylon Pittman's house to assure him that the Grinch won’t bother him this Christmas.

Footage shows cute Tylon accompanied by kind officer Develle going to lock up Grinch and prevent him from stealing his presents.

A kind official, dressed up like Grinch, was waiting for them in the police car and allowed this boy to arrest him and put him behind glass. Watch how adorable these two are, walking next to each other and agreeing on saving Christmas! Following this event, Tylon told everyone at the police department that he wants to become a police officer when he grows up.

This little boy really needed to see that Grinch is really locked up. After he was assured that Christmas is safe and no presents will be missing from under Tylon’s Christmas tree, the boy walked out with pure excitement! His biggest Christmas wish has finally come true and he will have happy dreams!

A very big thanks to the Byram, Mississippi Police Department, Chief Thompson, Officer Develle and all the reporters that aided in making this a great night. Special thanks to Therese Apel of the Clarion Ledger and USA Today! Such a great act of kindness in a time where the world is filled with hate and turmoil!