huckle verb remove forcibly; be arrested by police: All three o ae us are huckled out the Vicky, the barman shouting... la20-. etymology: origin obscure; possibly a development from Scots hoch’ ‘to hamstring’; or hochle ‘to move awkwardly’; attested by ET note:

This is perhaps yet another example of Travellers’ language spreading into the settled community. It is certainly well attested by Scottish authors such as James Kelman, Christopher Brookmyre, Irvine Welsh and Matthew Fitt.