Woman decapitates boyfriend, then asks cops to 'let me get my heads'

Woman decapitates boyfriend, then asks cops to 'let me get my heads'

Kerry Wise
April 10, 2018

West Virginia MetroNews reports that the body of Bo Allen White, 29, was found inside his Lerona home on April 1.

A criminal complaint reveals that when Deputy J.A. Conner arrived, he found Mills, who told him a fake name, covered in blood, wearing a glove on her left hand and with a pocket knife in her pocket.

Mills, of Rural Retreat, W.Va., is charged with second-degree murder, although authorities say the investigation is ongoing and first-degree murder charges are not out of the question, according to West Virginia Metro News. In the deputies' vehicle, Mills reportedly said "you have to take me back and let me get my heads".

At about 4:30 p.m. the same day, authorities began investigating the murder of Bo White, who was found decapitated in his home, according to court documents.

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

If 12 of the 16 grand jurors find probable cause, Mills will be indicted on either a first or second degree murder charge.

Mills remained in custody in Raleigh on a $210,000 bail.

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Later, police were informed of a decapitated head.

She appeared inebriated, was staring off into the distance, and kept conversing with someone she called "daddy", the deputies said. Deputies said they also found another body part of the victim in the home where they originally found Mills. While Mills is now charged with second degree murder, a grand jury considering her case in June could also charge her with first degree murder for premeditation.

Employees at Southern Regional Jail said Mill was talking about killing someone while she was at the jail.

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

Furthermore, the criminal complaint says officers found a glove matching the one Mills was wearing when arrested was found in White's bedroom, covered in blood.

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

The case now heads to the grand jury in June.