A United States woman arrested for beheading her boyfriend told the police "you have to take me back and let me get my heads", as they drove her away from the crime scene. A court-ordered mental evaluation is scheduled for Wednesday to determine if Mills can stand trial, according to the West Virginia MetroNews. Police said that she could not name her alleged attacker and that she became irate before she was apprehended.
A complaint from police also alleges that Mills, who was wearing a single bloody glove, would look "off into the distance" and talk to a man she referred to as "Daddy". When the sheriff's deputies arrived, they've discovered Mills fazed out, with blood on her shirt and pants.
Law enforcement officials were called to an area on April 1 where they discovered Mills, who was covered in blood and had a pocket knife in her trousers when she arrived at another residence, a criminal complaint stated.
Meanwhile, the authorities received another call from the same neighborhood from someone who discovered a decapitated body. Later that day, police say that officers found a beheaded man in his house not far away from where Mills was arrested, according to WVNS.
Roena Cheryl Mills, 41, was charged with second-degree murder in the death of 29-year-old Bo Allen White.
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Police told of initially arresting the girlfriend after coming across her 'wandering' inebriated along woods on Eden Valley Rd.
"The investigation also revealed that the matching glove for the one that the accused was wearing when initially arrested was located in the victim's bedroom", Addair said.
It is unclear whether he was killed by the dismemberment, or was already dead when Mills allegedly decapitated him.
She is held at a local jail on a $200,000 cash-only bond, and is set to appear before the grand jury in June. "That determination will have to be made by the medical examiner", Mercer County Prosecuting Attorney George Sitler said.
Mills was supposed to be arraigned Monday, but instead a judge said he wanted to know more about her competency to participate in court proceedings.