May 20, 2024

FRONT ROYAL – Nearly two years ago, on May 11, 2017, former Front Royal-Warren County EDA executive director Jennifer R. McDonald claims she found a knife lying in the chair where she normally sat. There was no signed of forced entry, nor was a call made to police.

A week later, on May 18, 2017, McDonald did telephone the Front Royal Police Department, who found photos of McDonald with the face scratched out on a boardroom table, and another photo with a knife stuck through the forehead, as well as some defaced family photos. Police say nothing was reported missing, there was no sign of forced entry and to this day, the case remains unsolved.

Royal Examiner, beginning today, will publish the entire investigative file of the Front Royal Police Department, which was obtained by FOIA request. Over the next days and weeks readers will be able to follow the evidence themselves and see that Waller, Cline, and Investigator Zach King did a thorough and complete investigation.

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On June 15, 2017, Front Royal Police Investigator Landin Waller and Investigator Crystal Cline interviewed McDonald. She has a great deal to say about who she thinks may have been responsible for the alleged break-in, including former town officials, a local business man, an EDA board member—even a local reporter whom she knew was investigating her real estate purchases with a local elected official.

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In the next video segment, McDonald makes several untrue statements about this reporter, perhaps in an attempt to impugn character and to deflect any suspicion from her own actions? Royal Examiner readers will have to examine the evidence and decide for themselves.

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