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Davone Unique Anderson is a Carlisle man who 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.

Detectives said Anderson shot and killed 23-year-old Kaylee Lyons, who was six weeks pregnant, in the same house on July 30, because she feared she would tell the police that she killed Parmelee.
In the arrest documents sent to District Judge Jon Birbeck, officers said that Parmelee’s body was found lying on a sofa just before 4:45 PM. He was shot in the head on July 5. Detectives said there was a gun nearby and it was found like an empty cartridge case.
The death scene was the home of Lyons, who liked Parmelee, who graduated from Carlisle High School in 2014.
Detectives told them Anderson had told them that Parmelee followed her to Lyons’ house and the two were arguing. The officers wrote that Anderson said that “he and Parmelee had an affair, had two children together, and recently had a breakup”.
Anderson told police that he left home to smoke and heard a gunshot outside. Officers said they came in and saw Parmelee’s body on the sofa next to Lyons’ 14-month-old son. They said that Anderson had caught her son, ran to his mother’s house and told him to call 911.
Interrogated by detective Thomas Dolan, the officers wrote, “Anderson seemed calm, answering questions in a monotonous way.”
Detectives said the evidence at the crime scene showed that Parmelee’s death was not a suicide. Anderson made contradictory statements to different officials and said that Parmelee’s newly purchased cell phone and wallet were missing. Investigators said a review of Parmelee’s cell phone messages showed that “there was no evidence that Parmelee wanted to commit suicide.” They said there were no gunpowder burns or other marks on Parmelee’s body that showed him shooting him at close range.
Police said they determined that the gun that killed Parmelee was stolen from Boiling Springs.
Miller and Klinger said that Lyons was found on the floor of his house on Louther Street at around 21:15 with a bullet wound to his head. An empty bullet and a shell case were found at the scene, but they said Lyons’ cell phone was missing. Lyons died hours later at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.
Lyons was found by Anderson’s mother and another woman. The detectives told them that the women told them Anderson had asked them to go home to retrieve her son, who had been home alone with the mortally wounded Lyons. Researchers said the women left without explaining what Anderson had.
Detectives said another witness told police that Anderson went to a house in Harrisburg shortly after the shooting of Lyons, where he bought a suit and bleach and went to the toilet. Detectives said that this witness said Anderson had a gun, asked for ammunition, asked to be followed, and said he didn’t want anyone to know where he was.
Anderson was soon arrested driving a Honda Civic in Lyons in Carlisle.
When Miller and Klinger were in Cumberland County Prison on July 31st the day after Lyons’ death, “Anderson excitedly told a correctional officer that he” killed them both. ” Investigators told the detectives he told “I killed Sydney” and “I killed Kaylee too.”
Officers said Anderson killed Parmelee “out of belief in infidelity” and shot Lyons out of fear that he would turn him over to the police. Anderson confessed to killing Parmelee with a gun stolen from the Boiling Spring and shooting Lyons with his own pistol.
Detectives stated that Anderson was not allowed to possess firearms due to his drug conviction in 2017. The defendant is charged with two first-degree murders, one unborn child, as well as illegal possession of firearms, and endangering stolen property and children.

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