Investigators say a man accused of stabbing to death his wife and pregnant stepdaughter at a home in Berkeley County confessed to the killings and said he had been drinking before stabbing the victims. Deputies charged 38-year-old Anthony Lamar Gathers II with the murders of his wife, 38-year-old Lorice Gathers, and his stepdaughter, 22-year-old Shanique Hills. Gathers appeared in court on Monday night where he was denied bond. He was also charged with injury of child in utero due to commission of a violent crime for Hills’ unborn child. Officials with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office released the investigative report on Tuesday which details the early Sunday morning incident which happened at a home on 130 Clarine Drive in Goose Creek. Details released included deputies finding Gathers’ 4-year-old daughter and step-grandson at the crime scene, and Gathers telling deputies that deputies had responded to the home in the past for physical fights between him and his wife. When the responding deputy got to the home, he found the suspect’s wife lying in the driveway behind a vehicle. Hills’ body was also found at the driveway near a fence. A report states that Gathers told the deputy he was responsible for the stabbings saying, “I did it,” “I was the one that called,” and “I will cooperate.”