3767.12 Habitual resort for thieves, burglars, robbers or persons involved in felonious conduct.

(A) As used in this section, "felonious conduct" means an offense that is a felony or a delinquent act that would be a felony if committed by an adult.

(B) A house or building used or occupied as a habitual resort for thieves, burglars, or robbers, or for persons who are conspiring or planning to commit, who are fleeing after having committed or after attempting to commit, or who are in hiding after having committed or after attempting to commit, felonious conduct is a public nuisance, and the court may order the public nuisance abated.

No person shall keep a house that is a habitual resort for thieves, burglars, or robbers, or for persons who are conspiring or planning to commit, who are fleeing after having committed or after attempting to commit, or who are in hiding after having committed or after attempting to commit, felonious conduct. No person shall let a house to be so kept, or knowingly permit a house that the person has let to be so kept.

Cite as R.C. § 3767.12

History. Effective Date: 03-23-2000