Based on the evidence presented at trial, please explain how your scenario could apply to the car driven by Casey Anthony.<quoted text>
Without the full context, I cannot answer your question.
Police can seize private property that is in the same towyard in which a police impound lot is located. Generally, most police departments do not own their own towyards or wreckers, and they rent those things from independent operators who agree to comply with evidentiary standards.
To jar your recollect, Casey's car was a private property tow - a June 30, 2008 transactional event which occured between Amscot Financial and Johnson Towing.
To further assist your memory, Casey's car was billed and released as a private property tow - a July 15, 2008 transactional event which occured between Casey Anthony's parents and Johnson Towing.
Under what circumstance can you insert your scenario between those two dates?