UPDATE: Anne Arundel murder-suicide was done by 'sharp force injury'

Police: FBI agent kills himself & wife in Anne Arundel Co.

CROWNSVILLE (WBFF) -- A man who police believe killed himself and his wife in Crownsville Wednesday morning has been identified as an FBI agent.

The wife's death was caused by "sharp force injury," and the suspect's death was caused by "sharp force injury coupled with gunshot wound," according to the Chief Medical Examiner's report, which was released Thursday. David Raynor, 52, of Stone Point Drive in Annapolis, was found with apparent stab wounds and self-inflicted gunshot wound on Arundel Boulevard in Crownsville at 8:05 a.m., reported Anne Arundel County Police Wednesday afternoon.A woman, 54-year-old Donna Fisher of Arundel Boulevard, was found suffering from apparent stab wounds.Raynor has been a special agent with the FBI's Baltimore Field Office since 2003, and with the agency in general since June 1996, said an FBI spokesperson.Officers were originally called for a domestic assault in progress. A resident called 911 saying another victim was being threatened by her recently-estranged husband, and had asked the resident to call 911, according to a news release.Homicide detectives responded to the scene.
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