David Raynor: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

David Raynor, an FBI agent, was found dead this morning in Crownsville, Maryland after a woman called 911 saying that her neighbor was being threatened by her estranged husband. Raynor, 52, and Donna Fisher, 54, were found dead of an apparent murder-suicide outside a home the 500 block of Arundel Boulevard. The couple had two children and had been involved in a pending divorce for nearly a year. Here’s what we know so far about David Raynor.

1. David Raynor Was a Special Agent with the FBI Since 1996

At 8:00 a.m. officers responded to a domestic related murder suicide in the 500 block of Arundel Blvd #Crownsville. More info will be released later today pending NOK notifications. No other info at this time pic.twitter.com/SEAWuXotIt

— Anne Arundel Police (@AACOPD) March 7, 2018

Raynor had worked as a special agent with the FBI since June 1996, Fox 5 reported. He had been with the Baltimore field office since February 2003. Authorities say they did not believe the deaths were related to his work with the FBI, but related to domestic assault issues. FBI spokesman Dave Ritz declined to elaborate on what Raynor did for the FBI, the Capital Gazette reported.

2. Authorities Said Raynor Shot Himself and Fisher Was Stabbed

BREAKING: FBI Employee Kills Wife, Self In Maryland, Police Say – https://t.co/tOgjRrcAvm pic.twitter.com/waKx5aDDiG

— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) March 7, 2018

Law enforcement said that when they arrived on the scene, both Raynor and Fisher were already dead. Raynor appeared to have a self-inflicted gun shot wound. Both he and Fisher also had stab wounds. Both were outside the home when officials arrived. Autopsies are being performed to determine the exact cause of death for both.

Anne Arundel County Police Department officials said they responded after receiving a call about a domestic assault around 8 a.m. The 911 caller was a woman who said that Fisher asked her to call the police after Fisher’s estranged husband arrived at her house and threatened her.

Despite the horrific scene at the home when police arrived, it does not appear that there was a history of incidents at the house. Police said they had never been called to that address before, NBC Washington reported. According to court records from a pending divorce, Fisher lived on Arundel, where she and Raynor’s bodies were found. Raynor lived in Annapolis on Stone Point Drive.

3. Donna Fisher Was a Consultant for CS Technology


According to Donna Fisher’s LinkedIn page, she was a senior consultant for CS Technology in Baltimore. She had worked for CS Technology since 1996. She described her job this way: “Provide overall management in all project activities from job start to post-job audit for day-to-day operations including project plans, schedules, budget, quality assurance, resource planning, change management, RFP development and bid phase services, and compliance to contract. Manage assigned team and project execution in its entirety. …read more

Source:: Heavy.com


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