DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The City of Dayton is cracking down on unpaid tickets by towing peoples' cars.
More than 20 were towed Friday, so we went to the police today for an explanation about "why now" for increased enforcement when the towing option began last summer.
Police say many of those towed were the worst offenders for not paying speeding and red light camera tickets.
Officers waited to tow until all tickets had to be paid through the Municipal Court without delay.
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