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  • n. Plural form of carjacking.

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Examples

  • He told the council that crimes such as carjackings, sexual violence against women and property damage are all down dramatically.

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  • And I also think that some types of crime, such as carjackings and nonviolent bank robberies, other types of so-called property or violent crime will be deferred back to state authorities, which have always had concurrent jurisdiction.

    CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2002

  • A Brooklyn man who killed four people during a 28-hour rampage of stabbings and carjackings was sentenced Wednesday to at least 200 years in prison, but not before he threatened those touched by his crimes.

    Deadly Spree Sentence

  • The reduction included a 54% drop in auto thefts and 30% drop in carjackings.

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  • Frequent robberies and carjackings on the streets keep customers at home, he said.

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  • We have carjackings in this country every minute and the Fbi don't get involved.

    Senator's daughter is carjacked

  • Up here, carjackings are (thankfully) less frequent.

    Senator's daughter is carjacked

  • The carjackings prompted coordination between the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Newark police and the Essex County prosecutor's office in early December.

    Newark Carjackings Spike

  • Five juveniles, ranging in age from 15 to 17, and three adults have been arrested thus far in connection with the Newark carjackings.

    Newark Carjackings Spike

  • Nearly a quarter of the city's 288 carjackings last year came in the month of December.

    Newark Carjackings Spike

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