The icing on this heartwarming Christmas tale came on Monday, when Byram's Police Department arranged for the boy to literally lock up the Grinch in a holding cell inside the department's headquarters. "I want to get him". Watch for that little Grinch.
Tylon's mother Teresa Brown-Pittman told local WLBT that her son "calls people all the time", but she was shocked that he called 911. The child had been watching videos online of the Grinch doing his Grinchy deeds before he called police.
Following the call, the Byram Police Department was "on the lookout" for the Grinch and ended up arresting the Christmas "thief". Byram's police chief, Luke Thompson, encouraged him to return when he was 21 to apply to become an official part of the force. After serving his time in the holding cell, Tylon made a decision to let the Grinch go. "Then the Grinch talked to him and said he was sorry and that he would stop stealing Christmas presents".
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The concerned boy from Jackson, Mississippi, told his mom he dialed 911 Saturday in hopes of getting the Grinch arrested before he could ruin the holiday. TyLon, who wants to be a police officer when he grows up, was thrilled.
TyLon produced the evidence, offering up his phone to show her the shocking YouTube clip he had seen.
"When they call me and they say it's going so fast and they have a gun, I'm going to chase them so fast", Tylon said.