A woman who was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant made up an attempted rape report in Whiteford early Wednesday, according to the Harford County sheriff’s office.
Deputies have determined the attempted rape reported in Whiteford at 2:28 a.m. on Wednesday was false, according to a release. An investigation into the incident revealed the woman involved in the case was wanted on an outstanding warrant by Pennsylvania State Police in Lancaster County for theft. The woman also had multiple aliases and dates of birth.
The woman has since been identified as Sara Marie Stallons, 44, with a last known address of Main Street in Whiteford. She was taken into custody.
Stallons told deputies Wednesday that a man armed with
a weapon broke into her home, punched her, cut her and attempted to sexually
assault her, according to a release. Stallons also provided a description of
the alleged attacker.
Through an investigation, detectives said they learned “the facts and circumstances provided by Stallons could not be sustained.”
After reviewing the case with the States Attorney’s Office it was decided Stallons would not be charged with making the false report, the sheriff’s office said. However, she is currently incarcerated in the Harford County Detention Center awaiting extradition to Pennsylvania.