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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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Meanwhile, police are continuing to hunt the carjackers who stole an Audi from Lode Lane, Solihull, while the owner and her baby were still inside.
Because the carjacker did not intend to harm her, her injuries were a "natural consequence" of his effort to gain control of the vehicle--in other words, the result of an accident.
The "scheming monster" view of Smith held sway immediately following the revelation that she had concocted, out of whole cloth, the story of her children's abduction by a black carjacker. What could be a better sign of a deliberate, freely willed crime than the fabrication of an alibi, maintained as a bare.faced lie for nine days under intense national attention?
The would-be carjacker caught on camera running off after the failed attempt to steal the van
She spoke of her struggle as she grappled with the carjacker over her PS7,000 Vauxhall Astra SRi.
North Shields duo, NE29, are celebrating the release of their first album, Carjacker.
A PLUCKY charity worker was left badly shaken after she tried to foil a carjacker.
Two Eugene drivers were accosted Wednesday by a brazen carjacker who later, while the subject of a police manhunt, waltzed into a nearby discount store and shoplifted a new set of clothes before walking out and disappearing, police said.
The police managed to arrest one carjacker, Sonu, while others managed to escape.
A CARJACKER was convicted yesterday of causing grievous bodily harm with intent to a mother of four by running her over in her own vehicle.