DAILYKENN.com -- Sydney Parmelee, 23, was fatally shot in the head. Arrested for the crime is the father of her two children, Davone Unique Anderson, 25.
Anderson confessed to killing Parmelee and another woman who was pregnant with a baby he sired.
According to pennlive.com, "The detectives said Anderson told them he shot and killed Kaylee Lyons, 23, who was six weeks pregnant, at the same home on July 30 because he feared she was going to tell police he had killed Parmelee."
‘I killed them both:’ Carlisle man admitted to fatally shooting the 2 mothers of his children, police claim https://t.co/JTnLYiW0M4— PennLive.com (@PennLive) August 10, 2020
Parmelee seemed to be proud of her relationship with Anderson. The following image is a screenshot from her Facebook page:
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A Carlisle man accused of killing the two mothers of his children excitedly confessed to both murders during an interview at the Cumberland County Prison, borough police contend.
Davone Unique Anderson, 25, admitted he shot and killed Sydney Parmelee, 23, at a home in the 100 block of East Louther Street on July 5 because he believed she was cheating on him, Detectives Christopher Miller and Antanine Klinger said in arrest documents.
The detectives said Anderson told them he shot and killed Kaylee Lyons, 23, who was six weeks pregnant, at the same home on July 30 because he feared she was going to tell police he had killed Parmelee.
In the arrest papers filed with District Judge Jon Birbeck, the officers said Parmelee’s body was found lying on a couch just before 4:45 p.m. on July 5. She had been shot in the head. A gun was found lying nearby and as was a spent bullet casing, the detectives said.
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