Definition of 'take into custody'

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Example sentences containing 'take into custody'

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He failed a breath test and was taken into custody. The Sun (2008)Three were taken to hospital and the others were taken into custody. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The three funeral directors were taken into custody this week. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He declined to say how many were taken into custody. Chicago Sun-Times (2010)He was taken into custody and charged with escape. Houston Chronicle (2010)The fourth suspect was found hiding in a nearby shed and taken into custody. Houston Chronicle (2010)No suspects had been taken into custody, he added. Houston Chronicle (2000)The seven were taken into custody by military police. The Sun (2012)He was taken into custody and quizzed by detectives. The Sun (2016)He refused to perform a breath test and was taken into custody for questioning. The Sun (2014)


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