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    Newbie driver Lady Gaga was pulled over by police for a traffic violation just weeks after she finally received her driver's licence. Search Results for 'pulled over ...

  • Fake Cop Picks Wrong Guy to Pull Over: Police - msn.com

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    A fake police officer had the bad luck to pull over a real one in St. Louis. Police say Nicholas Keeton, 20, was driving a Chevrolet Impala fitted with flashing ...

  • Mother Charged With DUI And Child Endangerment

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    27-year-old mother Elizabeth Floyd was pulled over by the authorities for drunk driving. When they approached her she handed her five-year-old son a sippy cup full of ...

  • Joseph Schwab Was Not Given DUI For Caffeine - msn.com

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    The Free Thought Project reported that Joseph Schwab was pulled over and arrested for a DUI being under the influence of caffeine in California in 2015. This is not ...

  • Busted! Celebrity mugshots - msn.com

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    ... U.S. Wambach was pulled over after failing to stop for a red light and arrested after ... Along with a few friends, he pulled live lobsters out of a store’s ...

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  • Pull over - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    pull over (to something) to steer over to something, such as the side of the road. Betty pulled over to the side of the road and waited for the traffic to thin.

  • Pull over - definition of pull over by The Free Dictionary

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    pull (po͝ol) v. pulled, pull·ing, pulls. v.tr. 1. To apply force to (something) so as to cause or tend to cause motion toward the source of the force: pulled her ...

  • pulled over - Wiktionary

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    pulled over. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. English Verb . pulled over. simple past tense and past participle of pull ...

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