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Sugar Cookie

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A 5-year-old from Michigan made a memorable call to police after craving some fast food recently.

According to WZZM, Iziah Hall really wanted McDonad’s, but his grandma was still sleeping. So, the boy decided to call 911 to see if they could help.

Here’s how the conversation went:

Dispatcher: “Kent County 911 what’s your emergency?”
Iziah: “Can you bring me McDonald’s?”
Dispatcher: “I’m sorry what?”
Iziah: “Can you bring me McDonald’s?”
Dispatcher: “No I can’t bring you McDonald’s.”


From there, dispatchers reached out to Wyoming Police Officer Dan Patterson to see if he could go check on Iziah.

He was happy to oblige and even picked up some McDonald’s for him.

“I figured hey I’m driving past McDonald’s on my way there and I might as well get him something,” Patterson told WZZM.

It turns out, Iziah was using an old phone that was connected to the WiFi, which his grandma didn’t know could still be used to call 911.
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JackBurton

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Wow what a spoiled piece of shit. The audacity to think you can just demand or even ask for mcdonalds from complete strangers any time you fucking want.

It makes me so fucking sick this cop obliged him. What kind of lesson is that for this shit kid? His parents clearly are doing a shit job of raising him/teaching him, and now we got a cop doing the same.
 

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Keepalowprofile

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Wow what a spoiled piece of shit. The audacity to think you can just demand or even ask for mcdonalds from complete strangers any time you fucking want.

It makes me so fucking sick this cop obliged him. What kind of lesson is that for this shit kid? His parents clearly are doing a shit job of raising him/teaching him, and now we got a cop doing the same.
This.

What a little brat.
 

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Blizzard

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Hating on the kid for this is bullshit. 5-year-old child - just 5 (do you remember how well your mind worked when you were 5?) had been taught to call 911 in the event of an emergency. He was being watched by a grandmother who, in effect, wasn't watching. At that moment in time, the 5-year-old was, for all purposes, unattended. The grandmother could have been in a coma, for all anyone knew (including the child who believed the woman to be asleep). Kid did a reasonable thing for the situation and for his age.
 

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Muriel Schwenck

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Hating on the kid for this is bullshit. 5-year-old child - just 5 (do you remember how well your mind worked when you were 5?) had been taught to call 911 in the event of an emergency. He was being watched by a grandmother who, in effect, wasn't watching. At that moment in time, the 5-year-old was, for all purposes, unattended. The grandmother could have been in a coma, for all anyone knew (including the child who believed the woman to be asleep). Kid did a reasonable thing for the situation and for his age.
Blizzard, You are still new here. Maybe you haven't noticed yet, but don't bother responding to Jack hating everyone and everything. It's his shtick, and it seems to be one of his few joys I life.
 

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notchback

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Hating on the kid for this is bullshit. 5-year-old child - just 5 (do you remember how well your mind worked when you were 5?) had been taught to call 911 in the event of an emergency. He was being watched by a grandmother who, in effect, wasn't watching. At that moment in time, the 5-year-old was, for all purposes, unattended. The grandmother could have been in a coma, for all anyone knew (including the child who believed the woman to be asleep). Kid did a reasonable thing for the situation and for his age.
911 wasn't even a phone number when I was 5.
 

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notchback

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Yeah I vaguely recall we were told to dial zero for the operator. Back when there was a human on the other side.
I used to dial O. I would hear "Operator" to which I would say "time please" then they would give me the correct time. This was back in the days before there were clocks in every room then watches on every wrist followed by a cell phone in every pocket.

I wonder what happens now when you dial O.
 

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SimplySpaztastic

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In defense of the cop...
He had no idea what he was walking into- for all he knew he was about to walk into a scene with an unconscious or dead grandma and a possibly starving little boy...

Thank God it wasn't that.
I bet the cop had a talk with him about the proper way to utilize 911 services.
 

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