Virginia woman accused of decapitating man, saying "let me get my heads"

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A West Virginia woman has been charged with murder after allegedlydecapitating her boyfriend and demanding 'you have to take me back and let me get my heads, ' at the time of her arrest.

At a hearing on Monday. a judge ruled Mills needed further evaluation, before the case goes to the grand jury in June.

According to court documents, Mills was found covered in blood and wore a glove when deputies found her at a home in Lerona.

Roena Cheryl Mills, 41, of Rural Retreat, Virginia, was arrested last week in connection with the murder of 29-year-old Bo White, who was found dead inside of a residence in Lerona, West Virginia, WVSN-TV reported. After being detained, Mills reportedly kicked the dividing window in the police vehicle and told officers, "You have to take me back and let me get my heads". There, deputies said they found a man decapitated inside of his home.

The homeowners of that residence called authorities after they offered to give her a ride and she refused to leave the property.

Mills, 41, used a fake name and told the officers she had been cut and left bloodied after being thrown through a glass door.

As she sat in jail, another detective was dispatched to a 911 call on nearby Clover Lane and discovered White's headless body.

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Later, police were informed of a decapitated head.

During a patdown of Mills, deputies say they found a total of 35 Dilaudids (hydromorphone pills), $752, a lighter and cigarettes.

Either way, deputies told Mills, she couldn't stay at the house.

"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.

Mercy County Prosecutor George Sitler said it's unclear how White died and didn't disclose a possible motive.

Mills was charged using second-degree murder as well as according to jail records, will be held at the Southern Regional Jail on a210,000 funds only bail.