Boy, 5, Calls 911 To Help Police Make Arrest

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Christmas isn't going to be ruined on THIS five-year-old's watch.

After watching a video about the Grinch, he called 911.

"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.

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.

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Pittman then called TyLon to the door where the grinning officer stood. "Because the Grinch is gonna steal Christmas, okay?"

"He steals everybody's Christmas!" the wise youngster warned. "I'm going to ride my motorcycle so fast". The video of the endearing interaction between the little boy and Officer Develle quickly went viral. Young TyLon was made an honorary junior officer for the day as well.

"TyLon's brother, who is home from the air force, chose to post a video of his little brother's call to the police on Facebook". Byram's police chief, Luke Thompson, encouraged him to return when he was 21 to apply to become an official part of the force.

TyLon then allowed the Grinch to be released, WLBT reported. TyLon reportedly asked the Grinch, but the green creature just shrugged his shoulders before shaking the little boy's hand and thanking him for saving Christmas.