Davone Unique Anderson, 25, has confessed to killing the two mothers of his children, according to police
A Pennsylvania man has confessed to killing the two mothers of his children because he thought one was cheating on him and then feared the other would tell cops about the murder, according to police.
Davone Unique Anderson, 25, of Carlisle, allegedly shot dead Sydney Parmelee and Kaylee Lyons, both 23, in two separate attacks just weeks apart last month.
Anderson told officers he shot Parmelee in the head at Lyons' home on East Louther Street, Carlisle, on July 5 because he thought she was cheating on him, according to arrest documents.
He said he then killed Lyons at the same home on July 30 because he was concerned she would rat him out to the police for killing Parmelee, the documents say.
The two women, who went to high school together, both had children with their suspected killer.
Parmelee, a nursing student at Harrisburg Area Community College, had a daughter with Anderson and had given birth to a son by him in March.
Lyons and Anderson had a toddler son together and she was also six weeks' pregnant with his baby at the time of her slaying.
Police said Anderson admitted to cops 'I killed them both' after he was picked up by officers on July 31.
Police were called to reports of a suicide at the property on July 5 where they found Parmelee with a gunshot wound to the head, PennLive reported.
Anderson allegedly told cops at the time Parmelee had followed him to the home where they got into an argument.
Police said the suspect said he had gone outside to smoke when he heard a gunshot ring out.
A Pennsylvania man has confessed to killing the two mothers of his children Sydney Parmelee (right) and Kaylee Lyons (left) both 23, according to police
He allegedly told cops he went back inside to found Parmelee's body on the couch next to the 14-month-old son he shares with Lyons.
Anderson said 'he and Parmelee were in a relationship, had two children together and had recently been going through a separation,' officers wrote.
'Anderson appeared calm, answering questions in a monotone manner,' they added.
However, police said evidence at the scene indicated Parmelee's death was not a suicide but a homicide.