jump up v.
1. to criticize harshly.
|DN III:i 84: jump up, v. To censure. ‘He got jumped up for that.’.‘Words from Northwest Arkansas’ in|
2. to steal a lorry and/or its contents.
|Lowspeak 84: Jump up – to steal from the back of parked lorries.|
3. (US) to arrest.
|Thief’s Primer 149: The law enforcement there was nil – there just absolutely wasn’t any – so I had no chance of getting jumped up on.|