Roena Cheryl Mills Bio, Wiki
Roena Cheryl Mills is a 43-years-old woman from Virginia, who decapitated her boyfriend and stashed his head in the woods was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole last week. A neighbour called police after seeing Mills covered in blood. She was wearing one glove, and a second glove matching the one she was wearing was found in the bedroom of White’s home, according to a criminal complaint.
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.
She was sentenced for her December conviction on a first-degree murder charge in the death of his 29-years-old boyfriend Bo White. White’s body was found at his home in April 2018 while his head was found in nearby woods. White’s decapitated body was discovered April 1. His head was later found nearby in a wooded area.
Charged With First-degree Murder
Roena Cheryl Mills was charged with first-degree murder in the 2018 slaying of her boyfriend Bo White. She was sentenced by Mercer County Circuit Judge Mark Wilis to spend the “remainder of her natural life” behind bars on Thursday. She was convicted of killing the Lenora man on Dec. 5.
She was arrested covered in blood after neighbours tipped off authorities, according to WVNS-TV. She claimed she had been thrown through a glass door and had a bloody glove on her left hand, authorities said. Police later retrieved the missing right glove from White’s home where the man’s headless corpse was also discovered.
Sentenced For Life
She was sentenced to life in prison without the chance for parole Monday in the death of a West Virginia man who was decapitated. Mills was convicted of the murder by a jury in December 2019.