haul into (some place)

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haul into (some place)

To force or threaten to force someone to go somewhere. A noun or pronoun can be used between "haul" and "into." You'll be hauled into jail again if you violate the terms of your probation.
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"But I'll remember the courage and the kindness of the people who helped me through this every bit as much as the terrible things." Army colour sergeant Tom Benbow, 33, from London, who arrived at Las Ramblas seconds after the attack, said: "The locals were brilliant trying to haul us into shops to protect us.
(What they wanted was to haul us into a police mobile.