haul in

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haul in

To force or threaten to force someone to go somewhere. A noun or pronoun can be used between "haul" and "in." Come on, man, the cops will haul you in if you violate the terms of your probation.
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haul someone in

Fig. to arrest someone; [for a police officer] to take someone to the police station. The cop hauled the drunk driver in. They hauled in the suspects.
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