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12 April 2018, 07:18 | Damon Campbell
Roena Cheryl Mills 41 has been arrested last week in connection with the passing of her boyfriend Bo White
Mills was allegedly "combative" during her arrest, according to WVSN, and when in the deputies' vehicle, reportedly said: "You have to take me back and let me get my heads". At first, Mills told cops that she was bloody after cutting her finger, police say, before claiming that someone attacked her and threw her through a glass door. A court-ordered psychological analysis is scheduled for Wednesday to find out if Mills can stand trial, in line with the West Virginia MetroNews.
Prosecuting lawyer, George Sitler said: "Even though she's only been initially charged with second-degree murder because there was some initial doubt about premeditation, the grand jury could certainly indict her for first-degree murder".
The Virginia law enforcement officials recently arrested a 41-year-old woman who allegedly decapitated her boyfriend.
The man, 29-year-old Bo White, and Mills were dating, WVNS said.
Later on, investigators said they received a 911 call about a disturbance at a home located not far from the home where White's body was discovered.
Police found Mills covered in blood, a knife in her right pocket and wearing a glove on one hand, hanging around outside a house in Lerona, W.Va., according to a criminal complaint. They also uncovered another body part of the victim in the home where they initially found Mills, according to court documents. She appeared inebriated, was staring off into the distance, and kept conversing with someone she called "daddy", the deputies said.
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Police told AP it's unclear if White was killed by decapitation or if he died before that.
"We have no idea if he was killed by the beheading or if he expired earlier than that", Sitler stated. She was taken to Southern Regional Jail.
'That determination will have to be made by the medical examiner'.
A Mercer County Circuit Judge placed a gag order on the case two days after Mills's arrest, saying a competency evaluation was needed.
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