yoking
 n.— «One October night in 1968, Arvinger, then 19, and four acquaintances gathered at a house in Baltimore. The conversation turned to mugging—or, as they called it, “yoking”—a man.» —“Clinic’s 1st Case Helps Free Man Serving Life” by Eric Rich Washington Post Dec. 12, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)