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throw-down gun

throw-down gun  n.— «When McCord realized his mistake, Kallinen contends the deputy may have planted an untraceable “throw-down gun” and emptied Romero’s pockets of other items, including his cell phone.» —“Lawyers claim...

jump-out

jump-out n. a (sudden) arrest made by undercover police using unmarked vehicles; a police officer or detective who makes such an arrest. Also jump-out boys, jump-out gang. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

gating

gating  v.— «His parole officer did not consider holding, or “gating” him until the absolute end of his sentence on Nov. 28, 1989. To do so, an inmate’s behavior must have changed or there must be new information concerning his...

driving while teenage

driving while teenage  n.— «Is there something else that would make an officer suspicious—”driving while black,” “driving while Hispanic” or even “driving while teenage”...

K

K  n.— «After about three times, the officer said “he told me about one gun, an AK 47,” which he said the man referred to as “the K.”» —“Sweating the small stuff” by Andy Johnson Trinidad &...

QP

QP  n.— «“Yo, yo, can you get me a QP [quarter-pound]?” the deputy replies. In his excitement, the undercover officer has made an outlandish request. Not a dime bag, not an ounce. A quarter-pound. Detectives keeping watch over him...