Last weekend 13 vehicles were towed from the 'Labor Ready' parking lot on Oriskany Street during the Utica Comets game, costing them around 200 dollars each.
This week one fan is doing his part to make sure nobody else gets towed.

Wayne Brooks is a Utica business owner who will be standing in front of the lot before Comets games to warn fans not to park in the lot or risk being towed.

In the photo above there are signs on the fence that say 'no parking,' but they are hardly visible from Oriskany Street, especially at night.

Brooks isn't sure why the lot isn't available for parking or at least blocked off before the games.

He says last week he was leaving the game with his 7 year old son and discovered his vehicle being prepared to be loaded onto a flatbed and doesn't want it to happen to anyone else.