LERONA, West Virginia — A woman who allegedly chopped her boyfriend’s head off, chillingly told cops, “You have to take me back and let me get my heads,” as they put her in the back of a squad car, police said.
Roena Cheryl Mills, 41, was found covered in blood and wearing a glove on her left hand when cops arrived at her Lerona, West Virginia home on April 1, cops said.
Using a fake name, Mills claimed she had been bloodied after being pushed through a glass door, officers said.
But she the grew combative and officers arrested her. Once inside a police cruiser, Mills said: “You have to take me back and let me get my heads,” said, according to WVNS-TV.
Later that day, cops found the decapitated body of a man, who was later identified as 29-year-old Bo Allen White, was found on another block in town.
A judge ordered that Mills undergo a thorough mental status evaluation to determine if she is capable of standing trial in White’s brutal death.
Mills, of Rural Retreat, Virginia, remains in custody on $210,000 cash-only bail, jail records show.