- 01. Police have [arrested] a suspect in the murder of a local convenience store owner.02. Only one of the three robbers was [arrested]; the other two got away.03. According to the [arresting] officer, the suspect made a full confession at the time he was captured.04. Jeremy got [arrested] last weekend for driving his dad's car without a license.05. The police have just [arrested] a man suspected of killing his neighbor for using his lawnmower without permission.06. The [arrest] of the suspected serial killer has brought a great deal of relief to the city.07. The city is breathing a sigh of relief with the [arrest] of a man wanted in connection with the rape of three women.08. Many people wonder why we continue to [arrest] young people for possession of marijuana, when studies show that it is less harmful than tobacco.09. In 1935, the police in Atlantic City, New Jersey, [arrested] 42 men on the beach for wearing a topless bathing suit.10. Nearly 43 percent of convicted criminals serving prison sentences in the United States are [re-arrested] within a year of being released from prison.11. In 1946, British authorities [arrested] more than 2,700 Jews in Palestine in an attempt to stamp out terrorism.12. In December of 1993, Pablo Escobar, boss of Colombia's Medellin cocaine cartel, was killed in a shoot-out as police tried to [arrest] him.13. Stephen Leacock once said that advertising may be described as the science of [arresting] human intelligence long enough to get money from it.14. In December of 1955, Rosa Parks, a black woman from Montgomery, Alabama, was [arrested] when she refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white man.15. I sure hope they [arrest] the guy that has been breaking into cars all over the neighborhood soon.16. In March 1917, Czar Nicholas II and his family were [arrested] by revolutionary forces in Russia.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.