Jodi Kouns, 24, of 32 Elm St., West Portsmouth, according to the sheriff's office, was charged with criminal damaging/endangering and menacing.
William Darby, of 1740 Moores Lane, West Portsmouth, said at about 7:10 p.m. Monday, Kouns showed up at his residence, where he and his son, William Mosely, were working on a car.
Darby said Kouns began cursing and yelling, and he ordered her to leave his property.
That's when Darby said Kouns got into her 1995 Nissan pickup truck, and - while the two men were under the hood of Darby's 1996 Pontiac Bonneville - rammed her truck into the car, causing damage to the rear bumper, trunk lid and rear body frame, and causing injury to both men.
Kouns reportedly then backed up and ran over a fence, tearing it down, and continuing through a corn field.
Darby complained of an injury to his left leg, and had a visible laceration to the left side of his stomach and his left arm.
Mosely had a severe laceration to his left hand.
At 7:24 p.m., Janie Williams of 101 Brouse St., West Portsmouth, reported Kouns - her sister - came over to her residence and began causing a disturbance on her front porch.
Williams said Kouns began beating on her front door, and started kicking and tearing up the property on her front porch.
Williams said Kouns then got into her truck and spun her tires, going down the road and almost striking two boys on a bicycle.
"We are requesting a warrant for her arrest from the city today," said Capt. David Hall of Scioto County Sheriff's Office.
FRANK LEWIS can be reached at (740) 353-3101, ext. 232.