Mother gets nasty note about son with autism at Michigan grocery store

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NORTH MUSKEGON, Mich. – A Michigan mother says she was stunned to find a nasty note about her son at the grocery store.

Granderson is just 6-years-old but he is already an expert on fire alarms. While shopping with his mother on Wednesday, he began imitating one.

Brittany Miller, Granderson’s mother, says her son was diagnosed with autism and has to have a coping mechanism for loud places, so he likes to imitate fire alarms.

“I turn around and I’m talking to my son. I was helping him fix his shoe. I turn back around and there’s a note on top of my bags,” Miller told WOOD-TV.

The note read, “Buy that kid a muzzle!”

Miller says she doesn’t think he was being overly loud, but would have liked the opportunity to talk to the author about his disability.


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