School Nurse Supervisor Arrested In Murder For Hire Plot In Court

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A school nurse supervisor who is accused of hiring an undercover officer to kill her ex-husband was in federal court Friday.  

Fathia Davis was given a $100,000 bond by a judge.  However, she will remain in jail for 48 hours after she makes bond and will have to wear an ankle monitor.  

A federal affidavit claims Davis solicited a man to murder her ex-husband.  When the man said he would not murder her ex-husband, she allegedly asked him to find someone that would.  

The affidavit says Davis was persistent in asking so the man eventually went to police.  That’s when police say they had an undercover detective meet with Davis.  

Davis is accused of telling the detective she would pay $4,000 for someone to shoot her ex-husband in the head.  Police say Davis gave the detective her ex-husband’s address, a picture of him and a $300 deposit.