Carjacking

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A class B felony (US) defined as the intentional or knowing taking of a motor vehicle from the possession of another by use of (1) a deadly weapon; or (2) force or intimidation
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Michael Aron, the UK's ambassador to Libya, wrote on Twitter: "There was an attempted car-jacking on a British Embassy convoy this morning.
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Laurel offers to give her a lift to the chemist (thinking she's just after teething gel for baby Leo) and they become the victim of a terrifying car-jacking.
fasT and furious 5 THE STORY Car-jacking team Dom (Vin Diesel), Brian (Paul Walker) and Mia ( Jordana Brewster) regroup for a heist in Rio de Janeiro, though Federal Agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) is hot on their heels.
Shrien Dewani, 31, denies any involvement in the death of Anni Dewani, who was shot dead in a taxi in Cape Town last November in an apparent car-jacking.
December 28, 2008 (EL FASHER) -- Armed men in the government garrison town and capital of North Darfur shot a peacekeeper in the leg during a car-jacking at El Fasher market on Saturday night.
A WOMAN suffered serious head and face injuries after an attempted car-jacking yesterday.
Armed police swooped to arrest two Teesside men after an armed car-jacking in Darlington.
The motive for the attack is unclear but police say it does not appear to have been a car-jacking.
The Government yesterday admitted car-jacking is a major problem in the West Midlands but rejected calls to make it a separate offence.
A MORMON bishop who suffered severe head injuries in a car-jacking in Chelmsley Wood has been moved out of intensive care.
Armed police were then called to reports of a car-jacking in Selly Oak and chased a car to Bournville, where a man was detained on suspicion of multiple attempted robberies.