Within the jurisdictional limits of his or her appointed  authority, any peace officer shall stop and detain any person found violating R.C. § 4506.15, without obtaining a warrant. When there is reasonable ground to believe that a violation of R.C. § 4506.15 has been committed and a test or tests of the person's whole blood, blood plasma or blood serum, breath or urine is necessary, the peace officer shall take the person to an appropriate place for testing. If the person refuses to submit to a test after being warned as provided in R.C. § 4506.17(C), or submits to a test that discloses the presence of a controlled substance or an alcohol concentration of four-hundredths of one percent or more by whole blood or breath, an alcohol concentration of forty-eight-thousandths of one percent or more by blood serum or blood plasma, or an alcohol concentration of fifty-six-thousandths of one percent or more by urine, the peace officer shall require that the person immediately surrender the person's commercial driver's license to the peace officer. As used in this section, JURISDICTIONAL LIMITS means the limits within which a peace officer may arrest and detain a person without a warrant under R.C. § 2935.03, except that the Superintendent and the troopers of the State Highway Patrol may stop and detain, without warrant any person who, in the presence of the Superintendent or any trooper, is engaged in the violation of this chapter.
(R.C. § 4506.23)  (Ord. 2-1998, passed 2-4-98)