patrol car


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patrol car

a police car with a radio telephone used for patrolling streets and motorways
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At least two Sandiganbayan sources claimed that closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera caught two policemen repacking what looked like shabu in their patrol car, which was parked on the court's premises.
Abu Dhabi Police unveils its Lykan Hypersport super patrol car.
Police Scotland said it was not clear whether the officers were pursuing criminals when the patrol car crashed.
Instead of stopping, the driver then did a u-turn, crashed into the pursuing patrol car as well as two other cars that were parked nearby.
They set a patrol car ablaze in the attack with cocktail Molotov bombs, while two policemen sustained multiple injuries.
It shows officers attempt to box Tvrdon in with their patrol cars as he slows down at traffic lights on the junction of Penarth Road and Barry Road, as one uniformed officer slides over the van's bonnet while another attempts to smash its passenger window.
Neither of the two officers in the patrol car or the man driving the Corsa driver were injured.
Unidentified assailants opened gunfire on the patrol car which was 50-60 meters in front of the prime ministry bus.
After Koga's car abruptly stopped on the expressway, an expressway corporation employee got out of his patrol car to handle the traffic nearby.
According to reports a police officer was driving the Lamborghini, which is a working patrol car as well as a display piece, back from a demonstration at a student jobs fair when a car veered onto the wrong side of the road.
Acting sergeant Greg Sutherland said one 12-year-old in the group gave the constable the fingers and was using offensive language to her, so while sitting in the patrol car, she beckoned him to come to her.
The ready made patrol car will be produced by Vauxhall's special vehicles team based at the Millbrook proving ground in Bedfordshire.