A Youngstown woman has been arrested for aggravated arson, domestic violence and a probation violation. 

Police observed Summer Jackson (36) loitering at Belmont Gas and Food Mart. Officers issued Jackson with a trespassing warning at the request of the gas station's manager.

Police found Jackson to have two active warrants through Youngstown for aggravated arson and domestic violence respectively.

The arson incident took place on April 26, 2021 when Jackson burned a sign and intentionally dropped it starting a brush fire near a bridge at Belmont Gas and Food Mart.

The domestic violence incident took place on November 10, 2020 at 55 S. Maryland Ave. when Jackson claimed that her boyfriend and her brother had assaulted her for no reason. However, witnesses debunked this and it was determined that Jackson was the primary aggressor.  

Jackson was transported to the Mahoning County Justice Center where she was processed without incident. 

Jackson is currently in the Mahoning County Jail where she will have no bond.