EDEN, N.C. -- A woman was arrested after deputies in Rockingham County said she faked her own kidnapping.
Investigators said they received a 911 call Monday afternoon from Kristina Mcghee. She told the 911 operator that she was being held against her will, by her boyfriend, at a home in the 800 block of Janet Road in Stoneville.
After arriving at the home, officers said they learned Mcghee moved from that address several months ago and the home was still vacant.
An investigator was able to talk with Mcghee on the phone. She told him that her boyfriend had her in his vehicle and he was taking her to Virginia, according to the sheriff's office.
Deputies and police searched for the vehicle near Virginia. They pulled a matching vehicle over that was coming from Virginia. Officers said Mcghee's boyfriend was driving, but she wasn't in the car.
Investigators said they talked with the boyfriend about Mcghee's allegations, but he told officers he was in Virginia for the previous several hours and showed them time-stamped receipts.
The man showed deputies a text from Mcghee telling him to stay in Virginia, according to the sheriff's office. He told deputies that Mcghee was staying at the Eden Inn.
When officers found Mcghee at the inn, they said she confessed that she made up the story.
Mcghee was arrested and taken to the Rockingham County Jail under a $1,000 secured bond. She was charged with Resist Obstruct and Delay Officers and is scheduled to appear in court September 10.