A Brookhaven woman turned herself into police July 1, after detectives determined her false statements against a man led to his May 24 arrest.

Anamirna Cabello-Loeza, 31, turned herself in at the Brookhaven Police Department and was transported to the DeKalb County Jail under felony charges involving her statements against Roberto Gaona Pina, who was arrested and charged with rape for an attack on April 24.

“Brookhaven Police Detectives determined through the investigations of conflicting stories that the statements provided by Mrs. Cabello-Loeza were not truthful which led Detectives to drop the charges against Roberto Gaona Pina,” Carlos Nino, a spokesman for Brookhaven Police, said.