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patrol car

noun as in police car

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Cops on four-wheelers speed across a beach, a camera overhead focuses on a passing crowd and police sirens blare as a patrol car races by.

He was put in the back of a patrol car for about 20 minutes while officers with flashlights inspected his car and seized nearly 80 grams of marijuana stored in plastic bags and a Mason jar.

The driver then hit three vehicles and a trooper’s patrol car as he was being pursued by law enforcement.

So he instituted a rule that officers had to stand outside their patrol cars.

Officers handcuffed her and attempted to take her to a hospital in the patrol car.

Brinsley stepped up to the passenger side of the patrol car, raised a silver Taurus semi-automatic pistol and began firing.

In the back of their patrol car, with her hands cuffed behind her, she mocks their cowardice.

At high noon, a patrol car pulls up and the officer at the wheel tells them to get on the sidewalk.

A patrol car took the bleeding Davis to a nearby emergency room.

Four SUVs blocked the entrance to the lot, and a patrol car started diverting traffic.

Before Penny could ask another question, a police patrol car screeched to a standstill just outside the restaurant.

He heard a tiny patrol car turn the corner and ducked back into another alley to wait for it to go by.

A patrol car caught up with him on Grand Central Parkway and forced him off the road.

Then, under the escort of four policemen and the assistant hotel detective, they rode downstairs to the waiting patrol car.

The patrol car slid into the narrower tunnel, glided along for another mile and then turned its bow upwards.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to patrol car, such as: squad car, cruiser, panda car, patrol wagon, and prowl car.

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