351.02  POLICE MAY REMOVE ILLEGALLY PARKED VEHICLE.
   (a)   Whenever any police officer finds a vehicle standing upon a highway in violation of Ohio R.C. 4511.66 or a substantially equivalent municipal ordinance, such officer may move such vehicle, or require the driver or other person in charge of the vehicle to move the same, to a position off the paved or improved or main traveled part of such highway.
   (b)   Whenever any police officer finds a vehicle unattended upon any highway, bridge, or causeway, or in any tunnel, where such vehicles constitutes an obstruction to traffic, such officer may provide for the removal of such vehicle to the nearest garage or other place of safety.
(ORC 4511.67; Adopting Ordinance)
   (c)   Whenever any police officer finds a vehicle unattended and stopped or parked in a location on a public street, and the vehicle hampers or impedes the removal, clearing or plowing of snow from or on such public street, the officer is authorized to provide for the removal of the vehicle to a garage or other location.
   (d)   The owner of any vehicle moved under this section shall be liable for all charges in connection with any removal.
(Ord. 9922.  Passed 1-26-53.)