A 21 year old woman was arrested and charged with getting a man killed, after meeting him on a dating app.
Shaniah Davis, 21, was arrested Monday and made her first court appearance that day, pleading not guilty to one count of accessory after the fact to a murder. The next day, a grand jury returned a three-count indictment, and two additional accessory after the fact charges.
But she’s already out – and with no bail. The court released her Monday on personal recognizance. She is scheduled to appear for an arraignment on Oct. 16.
Police initially booked Shaniah on the charge of second-degree murder, but they later reduced the charges.
Police believe Marty McMillan met up with Shaniah on Tinder, and the two scheduled a time to meet in real life. The day Marty was killed, police say that he saw three people: Shaniah; her live-in boyfriend, John McRae; and their friend, Rayshawn Wallace, who lived next door.
John McRae was arrested in April and charged with second-degree murder while armed. Those charges have been changed to first-degree murder while armed, unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a firearm during a crime of violence. Rayshawn Wallace was arrested last October on weapons charges, but he has not been charged in McMillan’s death.
According to court documents, John McRae told detectives his girlfriend was known to set up people for robberies.
Initially police believed that Shaniah SET MARTY UP. Now they believe that her boyfriend KILLED Marty, after he learned that Shaniah was cheating on him.