A woman in Ohio jumped out of a window after allegedly being set on fire by a 23-year-old man who is reportedly her boyfriend's son.

The accused, Robbi Davon Robinson Jr., was taken into custody and is facing charges for the incident.

Officials said the woman was set on fire in Fairfield Township at around 10:25 a.m. Thursday. She jumped out of a second-floor window into the backyard while in flames, the Fairfield Township Fire Department said, according to WCPO 9.

Neighbor Dennis Williams called 911 after finding the woman lying on the grass with significant burns.

Williams, who lives one house behind the residence, said his dogs were acting differently when he let them out Thursday morning.

"One takes off running toward the fence," he told WLWT.

The dog was barking at something, prompting Williams to follow and see what it was all about.

"I see one of my neighbors laying in the grass, and she looked like she was covered in dust. So I come running over, and her immediate action was, 'He set me on fire,'" Williams added.

Williams said he immediately went back into his house and called 911 for help. He then returned to the woman's side as she pleaded for help.

"The 911 operator told me to check and say, 'Is the attacker still in the house?' So, I said, 'Hey, is the attacker in the house?' and she said, 'Yes, he's still in the house. Please help me. Please help me.' I just stayed with her and talked with her until the police and fire and EMTs got here," Williams recalled, according to the outlet.

The woman sustained second-degree burns across half of her body and was hospitalized in critical condition.

"I can only imagine the pain and fear she was going through from fire to being attacked," Williams told Local 12. "I can only imagine how she felt."

The incident eventually led to the arrest of Robinson, who was then changed with aggravated arson and felonious assault.

Neighbors believe the woman was beaten up before being set on fire and jumping out of the window.

"She definitely had a visible injury to her face. Her mouth was busted up pretty bad. I saw blood and what looked like swelling all on her face," Williams said further.

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