In addition and supplemental to the laws of the State and these Codified Ordinances empowering police officers to order the removal and impoundment of motor vehicles, police officers are authorized to provide for the removal and impounding of motor vehicles under the following circumstances:
   (a)   When any vehicle is left unattended upon any street, bridge or causeway, or in any tunnel, where such vehicle constitutes an obstruction to traffic;
   (b)   When any vehicle is left unattended upon any street, bridge or causeway and is so illegally parked as to constitute a hazard or obstruction to the normal movement of traffic or so as to unreasonably interfere with street cleaning or snow removal operations;
    (c)   When any motor vehicle, including an abandoned junk motor vehicle, as defined in Ohio R.C. 4513.63, is left on private residential property, as defined in Sections 1270.02 through 1270.08 and 1270.10 of these Codified Ordinances, or on private agricultural property, for at least four consecutive hours, without the permission of the person having the right to the possession of the property, or on a public street or other property open to the public for purposes of vehicular travel or upon or within the right of way of any road or highway, for forty-eight consecutive hours or longer, without notification to the Police Chief of the reasons for leaving such vehicle in such place, except that when such a motor vehicle constitutes an obstruction to traffic, it may be ordered into storage immediately;
   (d)   When any vehicle has been stolen or operated without the consent of the owner;
   (e)   When any vehicle displays illegal license plates or fails to display the current lawfully required license plates;
   (f)   When any vehicle has been used in or connected with the commission of a felony;
   (g)   When any vehicle has been so damaged or wrecked as to be inoperable or to violate equipment provisions of the Traffic Code, whereby its continued operation would constitute a condition hazardous to life, limb or property;
   (h)   When any vehicle is left unattended due to the removal of an ill, injured or arrested operator;
    (i)   When any vehicle has been operated by any person who has failed to stop in case of an accident or collision;
    (j)   When any vehicle has been operated by any person who is driving without a lawful license or while his or her license has been suspended or revoked;
   (k)   When any vehicle is found for which two or more citation tags for violations of the City's Traffic Code have been issued and the owner or operator thereof has failed to respond to such citation tags as lawfully required; or
   (l)   When any vehicle is subject to seizure as provided for in Ohio R.C. 4507.38 and 4511.195.