Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Mariah Lynn Bobak, 19, of Kingman, late Sunday (3/29) morning for trespassing, felony, along with assault and criminal damage, misdemeanors. Approximately 10:30 a.m., deputies responded to a disturbance at a residence in the 3800 block of Butler Avenue. Upon arrival, deputies contacted the reporting party and she said last night Bobak forced her way into her house after they opened the door. The reporting party further said that Bobak was there to see her son, her former boyfriend. The reporting party advised that she was able to get Bobak to leave her house after she threatened to call the Sheriff’s Office. The reporting party further advised that she told Bobak that she is no longer welcome at her house. The RP said today Bobak came into her house after Bobak assaulted her son outside. The RP further said that Bobak ran out of her house after being told that they called the Sheriff’s Office. Deputies contacted the reporting party’s son, an 18-year-old male victim. The victim said that as he was walking home that Bobak hit him in his back with a carbon arrow. The victim further said as they approached his house, Bobak grabbed two paint cans from a parked truck in front of his residence and threw them at him. The victim reported that the cans missed him; however paint went all over the ground as the cans opened. The victim further reported that Bobak followed him into the residence. Deputies observed a large swollen area on the victims back. A short time later, deputies contacted Bobak in the 3500 block of Canary Lane. Bobak complained of stomach pain and Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire Department responded where Bobak refused treatment. Bobak was taken into custody without incident. She was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.