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- v. Present participle of carjack.
- n. The violent hijacking of a vehicle and sometimes its driver.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the forcible taking of a car while the driver is in it; the robber may force the driver out, force the driver to drive while under threat of harm, or be forced to relinquish the controls while also being forced to remain in the car. In the latter two cases, the act also constitutes a kidnapping.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the violent theft of an occupied car
A Clarksville man who was stabbed and burned Friday after what he described as a carjacking, is listed in stable condition today at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
A serial rapist who specialized in carjacking women driving with their children.
THE MOTIVE, APPARENTLY, WAS "carjacking" - a word that doesn't translate into Japanese because there is no such thing in Japan.
O'BRIANT: No. I thought it was a routine carjacking, if you can call a carjacking such a-- routine.
Police found inconsistencies in their stories, and Bean admitted the carjacking was a hoax, according to court documents.
The prosecution against Boyd was for carjacking, which is a federal crime.
Louise Owen, president of the Chamber of Commerce, said the carjacking was a 'scary, one-off' incident.
The taxi owner, Wagga Radio Taxis chairman John Collins, said the carjacking was a first.
Police said Conner was found inside the gas station and taken into custody after being identified as the carjacking suspect.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A judge says a suburban Philadelphia mom who falsely reported a carjacking is a danger to her children if released before a $700,000 fraud trial.
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