To answer the title question directly: Yes.
In more lawyerly language, the accusation of dunk or drugged driving results from suspected use of intoxicants rather than the location where a driver attracts the attention of a law enforcement officer. As a result, Ohio police have the authority to make arrests for driving under the influence on private property. This means that Ohioans have been charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OVI) in parking lots and driveways, on golf courses and unpaved access roads, stadiums and fairgrounds. Continue reading