From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhaul somebody off phrasal verbto force someone to go somewhere that they do not want to go, especially to prisonPolice handcuffed him and hauled him off to jail. →haul→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
haul off• For a second, he watched it absently, and then hauled it off.• Rabin sent in the army to haul them off.• Georgecracked him again and hauled him off the cart.• Five tugboats hauled the tanker off the rocks and into deeper water.• When the wiry little creaturesobstructed her again, she hauled them off their feet.• Los Angeles police handcuffed him and hauled him off to jail.• Was he about to bark out a reprimand? she wondered. Haul her off to the stewards?