The Michigan boy calls 911 to place McDonald's orders and police extradition
A Michigan boy with an emergency call called 911 last week to book. And he ended up getting it delivered.
The five-year-old Iziah Hall was home to his Wyoming, Mich., At home on Sunday when he began claiming some McDonald's. The only problem was that Iziah's grandmother fell asleep quickly.
According to WZZM, Iziah took an old phone that was deactivated many years ago, calling the only number he could – 911.
Iziah Hall, 5, was at his Wyoming, Mich., At home on Sunday when he sent a 911 call to order some McDonald's.
Iziah connected to the shipment and asked her: "Can you get me to McDonald's?"
Kent County shipment contacted the Wyoming police who sent officer Dan Patterson to check on the boy, WZZM reported.  On the way to check on Iziah, Patterson stopped by a local McDonald's and picked something up.
"I realized hey, I'm passing McDonald's on the way there and I might as well get him something," he told
CLICK HERE TO GET FOX NEWS APP  Patterson said when he appeared, Iziah was initially worried that his grandmother would be upset that he had called the police and asked him to
Izia's grandmother said they were grateful to Patterson, who also advised him to use 911 for emergencies.
Associated Press contributed to this report.