TOLEDO, Ohio — A Toledo man has been charged in relation to a house fire that began with a possible domestic situation on Friday.

The fire happened at a house on Leland Ave around 5 a.m.

Javon Golston, 26, is facing 10 total charges:

  • Six counts — aggravated arson with substantial risk of serious physical harm to any person other than the suspect
  • Two counts — prohibitions concerning animals, knowingly causing serious physical harm to an animal
  • One count — aggravated arson with harm to an occupied structure
  • One count — felonious assault victim seriously harmed

According to court documents, Golston is accused of setting fire to a duplex on the 300 block of Leland Ave.

Police were first called to the scene for a possible domestic dispute.

Then, fire officials say the home went up in flames.

Leland Ave. house fire

Brettani Davis, 28, who lives at the home was taken to the hospital in critical condition.

Golston's arraignment is scheduled for Saturday morning at 9 a.m.

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