cuff and stuff
 v.— «They are “cruising for crooks,” or “fishing for felons.” Suspects are “hooked and crooked,” “cuffed and stuffed,” “nailed and jailed,” and they “ride like they hide.”» —“‘Cruising for crooks’ cops nail big time with capers” by Carol Rust Houston Chronicle (Texas) July 23, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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