@hm-us: Ich stimme grundsätzlich zu, dass eine Erwähnung im 'urban dictionary' nicht als Beleg für die Aufnahme eines Wortes in LEO ausreichen kann - Gleiches gilt aber auch für die Ablehnung. Dass eine Bedeutung im 'urban dictionary' auftaucht, kann doch kein Gegenargument sein!
Bitte sieh Dir nochmal die anderen Belege in #3 (unter 'B' an), darunter ein seriöser Pressebericht und eine entsprechende juristische Definition von "beer run" des OREGON JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT (i.e. COURT OF APPEALS OF THE STATE OF OREGON)
Einfache Googelei zeigt, dass sich die kriminelle Bedeutung des Begriffs viel zu häufig von verschiedensten amerik. Medien und Behörden verwendet wird, als dass man sie als "weird variant sense" abzutun könnte.
z.B.:Police say: store clerk involved in beer run
By Adriana M. Chávez / El Paso Times
Article Launched: 05/10/2008 05:56:25 PM MDT
An East Side convenience store clerk has been arrested for his alleged involvement in two store thefts last week.Police said Ivan Rios, 18, of the 1200 block of Van Dyke, was a clerk at a Circle K store at 1798 George Dieter but was not working when two men ran inside the store an stole two 30-packs of beer. Police said Rios may have had a major part in planning the theft, which was committed by two of his friends.
Police said Rios was involved in planning another beer run
at 1 a.m. Wednesday during his shift. (...)http://origin.elpasotimes.com/newupdated/ci_9...Beer Run Leads To Arrest Of Career Criminal
A beer run
fizzled Tuesday for a man who deputies say is a documented career criminal in Collier County.
Troy Sample, 24, 4526 7th Ave. N.W., Golden Gate Estates, was charged with petty theft, failure to register as a convicted felon and resisting arrest.
Reports say deputies were responding to the 7-Eleven store at 7445 Davis Blvd. which had reported that a man had walked into the store and then left with a small keg of Heineken beer without paying for it around 6 p.m. (...)Collier County (Fla) Sheriff’s Office http://ccsoblog.blogspot.com/2008/04/beer-run...Beer-run suspect shot, killed by officer
by Lindsey Collom and Astrid Galvan - Mar. 14, 2008 04:27 PM
The Arizona Republic
A Phoenix police officer early Friday shot and killed a man linked to a beer run
at a south Phoenix convenience store.(...)http://www.azcentral.com/community/phoenix/ar...A beer run that caught up with me in Washington
I live in Kirkland, Washington, and I am 19 years old and a UW student. I have never been in legal trouble prior to this incident.
In mid-may, an 18-year-old friend and I shoplifted a couple 24-packs of beer from an Albertsons in Kirkland. I drove us to the store and stayed in my car while my friend went in and took the beer. On his way out of the store, (...)http://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.ph...
If i get caught on a beer run
how much trouble would i be in?beer run
is when you run in a store and grab a case of beer then run outta the store without payin.http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=2...
At some point, Gilpin and his friends decided to do a “beer run
,” which Gilpin described at trial as going into a store, taking beer, cigarettes, and anything else one could grab, and running out without paying.THE COURT OF APPEALS OF IOWA, No. 1-014 / 00-0212, Filed February 28, 2001http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase...
Store Clerk Prevents Beer Run
by pulling out his gun.
Hilarious footage of a store clerk preventing a beer run
by pulling out his gun on the thiefs.http://www.sumo.tv/watch.php?video=2365378
' Ends in Tragedy
February 24, 2003
SANTEE, CA -- A teenager was killed in Santee, Calif., after stealing beer from a Vons supermarket. The teen and three friends were pulling what is known as a "beer run
"--running into a store to quickly steal alcoholic beverages. They were attempting to drive away from the Vons store with stolen beer and liquor when the teen was shot by an off-duty police officer,(...)http://18.104.22.168/NR/exeres/00008b09mrzytiht...
Man convicted of stabbing during ‘beer run
February 08, 2008
By Randy Kalp
CARLSBAD — A jury convicted a documented Oceanside gang member Jan. 30 of the attempted murder of a Good Samaritan.
Jose Daniel Lopez was found guilty of stabbing a man who interfered after a “beer run
” — a crime committed by juveniles in which alcohol is stolen from a market or grocery store — went awry on the evening of April 27, 2006, at the Circle K in the 3000 block of Roosevelt Street. http://www.sanmarcos-news.com/articles/print....Botched beer run ends in arrests
ESCONDIDO -- Three teenagers stole a 30-pack of beer, threatened a Ralphs
clerk with a pistol and ran ... straight to officers who arrested them Thursday, police said. (...)http://weblog.signonsandiego.com/news/breakin...Beer run suspects chased, half of take recovered
A caller reported that two older teenagers ran out of a Beach Boulevard store Thursday evening with four 18-packs of Tecate beer. (...)http://www.topix.com/city/tecate-ca/2007/12
Beer Theft, also known as "Beer Runs
" is a type of shoplifting that has been around for years. Typically, a person will enter a convenience store where there is a lone clerk behind the counter, pick up a single can, six-pack, or even a case of beer, and simply walk out the front door, right past the clerk. The very nature of the crime makes is confrontational between the clerk and the suspect, increasing the potential for violence. Many clerks have been instructed to let the person leave the store without trying to stop them or recover the merchandise, then call the police. http://www.cityofmesa.org/POLICE/literature/b...
Both subjects were highly intoxicated and uncooperative. Both of the subjects caught matched the description given of two individuals who committed a theft (beer run
) at the 7-11 store located at 720 N. Fabens earlier at about 1:30 a.m.http://www.epcounty.com/CS/blogs/sheriff_news...Beer run suspect shot, killed by Phoenix officer identified
Reported by: Deborah Stocks
A man was shot and killed by a Phoenix police officer Friday morning after the suspect pointed a gun at him. Phoenix police Sergeant Andy Hill said the man had stolen beer from a Circle K near 19th Avenue and Baseline Road. (...)http://www.abc15.com/news/local/story.aspx?co...
And the occupants of the suspicious vehicle? Two skittish underage kids on a beer run
who somehow missed the turnoff to DeMoulas Market Basket, then panicked and fled. (...)Las Vegas Review-Journal
July 26, 2007http://www.nucwatch.com/ymclips/2007/ymclips0...
Police in Yuma say a man fleeing a "beer run
" theft at a local market drove his car through a stop sign and crashed into a truck, killing its 89-year-old driver. Officer Clint Norred says a motorcycle officer saw a man stealing beer from a market and tried to stop him, but the man sped off in a small sedan. http://www.tucsoncitizen.info/daily/arizona/8...
A Phoenix police officer early Friday shot and wounded a man in south Phoenix who apparently had pulled a beer run
a short time earlier.http://www.topix.com/phoenix/2008/03/suspect-...
BEER THEFT REPORTING FORMhttp://www.cityofmesa.org/POLICE/literature/p......BeerRunReportingForm.pdf
Three juveniles, two boys and a girl, "were in the process of committing what is called a 'beer run
,'" Corporal Hammerman said. "That's a theft."http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?re...Beer run operations send a message
Issue date: 9/4/07 Section: News
A group of three men pull into the nearest convenience store and decide that a drink is what they need to finish the night. As they enter, one of the men distracts the clerk, while the other two fill their pockets with alcohol. The clerk notices and the three men rush out the door and jump into their vehicle for the getaway.
It sounds like a scene from a movie, but in the past year, such thefts in El Paso have increased from 9,288 to 9,424. To help prevent further crimes or accidents, the El Paso Police Department (EPPD) has been conducting frequent beer run
"In the beer run
operations, we have officers observing the ongoing activity at local convenience stores throughout the city," said Javier Sambrano, EPPD public information officer. "Usually these beer runs
are lead by individuals who are already under the influence or who come into the store wanting to buy alcohol during the hours of 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., when purchasing these beverages is prohibited. A lot of these beer runs
are also related to party crews, underage drinking and gang related activity." http://media.www.utepprospector.com/media/sto...