Women arrested over decapitation in the U.S. asked to 'get my heads'

Posted April 12, 2018

Mills reportedly told officers "you have to take me back and let me get my heads", while in the deputy's vehicle on its way to the Sheriff's Office, according to court documents.

Mills reportedly later said: "You have to take me back and let me get my heads".

Deputies suspected she was under the influence of something - and say they found narcotics during a search - and wanted to get her medical help as well as figure out if a crime had been committed, according to court documents. According to the arrest warrant, the Virginia woman was combative and even ordered the deputies to drive her home in order to retrieve 'her heads'.

Roena Cheryl Mills, 41, of Rural Retreat, Virginia, was arrested final week in reference to the homicide of 29-year-old Bo White, who was discovered useless inside a residence in Lerona, West Virginia, WVSN-TV reported. Police discovered Mills covered in blood and wearing a glove on her left hand at a home in the Mercer County community of Lerona, according to court documents obtained by WOWK, a CBS affiliate in Huntington.

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Mills will face either a first, or second-degree murder charge, following the results of her mental evaluation.

Cops later found the body of man in another part of town.

The complaint said Mills gave a sheriff's deputy a false identify and claimed she had been thrown through a glass door but wouldn't disclose her attacker. Deputies found another body part of the victim's near the home where Mills was discovered, Detective L.L. Addair said in a criminal complaint.

Police told AP it's unclear if White was killed by decapitation or if he died before that.

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"We do not know if he was killed by the beheading or if he expired before that", Sitler said. Jail records don't indicate whether she has an attorney.

Investigators said Jefferson was denied bond and is being held in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail in Campbell County.

Mills appeared at a competency hearing on Monday in which a judge ruled she needed further evaluation. The case is heading to a grand jury in June.

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