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BYRAM, Miss. – A 5-year-old boy in Mississippi knew exactly who to call when he was worried about the fate of his Christmas.
Tylon Pittman was watching a video on his phone and became concerned, so he called 911.
“He calls people all the time,” Teresa Brown-Pittman, Tylon’s mother, told WLBT. “If he gets your number, he’s going to call you and blow you up; but to dial 911, oh my God, no.”
Tylon was watching a video about the Grinch stealing Christmas, so he warned dispatchers to be on the lookout for the green thief.
He even put his father on the phone, who apologized for his son calling 911.
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Officer Lauren Develle heard about the call and went to Tylon’s house to put his mind at ease.