FCSO investigate the theft of Catalytic Converters

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) announced the investigation of  the theft of Catalytic Converters from a local car dealership.

On Nov. 26 around 10:25 p.m. a white male is seen on security footage in the back lot of Winchester Mitsubishi.

He is wearing a black jacket with the hood up, black pants and black and white shoes.

It is believed that he cut the catalytic converters from two vehicles in the lot.

Pictures of the suspect are found here.

Anyone with any information on the incident is asked to contact the FCSO.

Call 540-662-6162 or Winchester, Frederick, Clarke Crime Solvers at 540-665-TIPS or use the P3 app.

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Front Royal resumes the search for a Town Manager

The Town of Front Royal will once again be looking for a Town Manager after the failure to execute the contract with the man who was slated to take the job.

Earlier in the month of Nov. the town announced the return of former Town Manager Joe Waltz but that has fallen through.

After a closed session at the Nov. 28 Front Royal Town Council Meeting The Council voted unanimously to appoint Town Financial Director B.J. Wilson as interim Town Manager.

This was due to the inability of the Council to execute the contract with Waltz.

The appointment of Wilson included a 10 percent salary increase which was also approved in the closed session.

The town will resume the search for a Town Manager immediately.

A video of the Mon. Nov. 28 Front Royal Town Council meeting is here.

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News Maker Charly Franks on Concern Hotline and holidays

Where for some the holidays are a joyous time of year some people might be battling depression.

We spoke with Concern Hotline Program Coordinator Charly Franks in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community.

Charly tells us about taking calls from people that may be suffering during the holidays.

He also shares with us the training that goes into becoming a listener with Concern Hotline.

Charly also tells us there is a training session scheduled for Dec. 3 and there is room to get involved.

Click here for Charly’s news maker.

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