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CLEVELAND, Ohio — He’s the little boy who saved Christmas when he was Cleveland police chief for the day. Now #CJsavesCLE has been nominated for an Emmy.

In December, FOX 8 News joined forces with Cleveland police, the Cleveland Office of the FBI and A Special Wish Foundation to make CJ’s dream of being an officer come true. He was born with a rare heart condition.

CJ’s day started here at FOX 8 as he was sworn in. He then had the chance to meet Santa and go to Tower City.

He even had lunch with police, met Mayor Jackson, met several Indians players and headed to the Rock Hall to close the case.

Once he got to the Rock Hall, he captured ‘The Crump’ and saved Christmas for everyone.

CJ’s mom said the entire day was an “incredibly touching, very meaningful, once in a lifetime experience.”

*See more of CJ’s amazing day in the video above and the pictures below and read more here**