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use "detain" in a sentence

Bart Police officers at West Oakland Station detain a protester,..

On Sunday, Mr Storey claimed the police had no basis to detain him.

A third friend, Anthony Sadler, helped detain the man and tie him up.

But similar ones found in recent years have been used to detain Rohingya.

We will now be able to board the boats and detain the smugglers," Fallon said.

"I believe that is a lawful basis reflective of a reasonable ground to detain.

Under French law, officials can detain suspects for up to 96 hours without charges.

@USA Gent As far as I know an officer has to have probable cause to detain you.

It also allows soldiers to detain people for up to seven days without a court warrant.

British police stand outside the diplomatic mission, ready to detain him if he leaves.

Well Jeremy if 3 trained officers couldn't detain this suspect then chances are I couldn't.

No massive operations to detain and remove migrants has come to pass, but the fear lingers.

" The video has stirred debate about what type of force police should have used to detain the man.

Under our laws, being black does not constitute probable cause to arrest or detain someone, he said.

"Even more dire is the fact ICE continues to detain transgender women in men's detention facilities.

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