patrol wagon

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Seconds later, Harris re-enters the video, limping while he's led, handcuffed, to a patrol wagon. Bruce Vielmetti, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "A driver was stopped and arrested, violently, over the color of his car. His lawsuit is finally headed to a resolution.," 14 June 2018 Privacy - Terms On the way, an officer using the patrol wagon's video monitoring equipment noticed that the man had stopped moving. Jordan Cutler-tietjen, sacbee, "Parolee dies in back of Sacramento police wagon," 7 June 2018 Suddenly, the cops took off into Grant Park, clubbing the radicals and dragging them to patrol wagons. Patrick J. Buchanan, WSJ, "With Nixon in ’68: The Year America Came Apart," 5 Apr. 2018

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1873, in the meaning defined above

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patrol wagon

noun

English Language Learners Definition of patrol wagon

US : a truck that is used by the police to carry prisoners

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