RUSSELLVILLE, AR – A Russellville woman who told police she was raped and assaulted is being charged will filing a false report.
According to police, officers responded to a home on S. Glenwood Ave. in reference to a rape report on Jan. 14.
The River Valley Leader reports that Angela McMinn, 42, told police that while she was at home alone, her boyfriend came over. She let him in. McMinn states he stuck her in the face several times and raped her.
A second officer spoke with another person at the address. The officer was shown a video of McMinn hitting herself with her fist and then hitting herself with an apple in a sock. The person also told police McMinn was asked what she was doing. McMinn responded that she was going to tell police her boyfriend raped her because he was filling a theft by receiving report against her mother.
McMinn was addressed about the video and she requested to be sent to the hospital for a rape kit. She was then sent to the Russellville Police Dept. for questioning.
After seeing the videos, police said McMinn admitted she had beat herself because her boyfriend was filing charges against here mother over a fireplace and she was angry about the situation. McMinn was arrested and taken to the Pope County Detention Center.
Her bond was set at $10,000 and was ordered by the judge to stay away from her boyfriend.
McMinn’s plea arraignment hearing will be on March 2 at the Pope County Circuit Court.
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