Niagara Falls Police Arrest Real Life Grinch Who Stole Toys
Police in Niagara Falls have arrested the real life Grinch who stole Christmas.
Niagara Falls police have arrested 27-year-old George Brinson, who they say stole toys and gifts from porches around Niagara Falls. According to WKBW, he taking packages from homes on Walnut Avenue, in the 2600 block. He's also accused of thefts from homes on 57th Street, in the 100 block. In addition, he's a suspect in the disappearance of packages in in the Lasalle and Deveaux areas of the Falls.
Niagara Falls Police Return Toys and Gifts Stolen From Porches
Police found Brinson in the 7500 block of Buffalo Avenue, according to WGRZ. Thankfully for the families who Brinson stole from, the police in Niagara Falls were able to locate the toys and gifts and returned some of them to their rightful owners. Other toys have not been returned, according to WIVB, because their owners are unknown. Brinson was released from custody and is due to appear in Niagara Falls City Court on a future date. Hopefully Brinson has re-evaluated his "Grinchy" ways!
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