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Report: Goose Creek man accused of killing wife, tied nieces with duct tape

Court documents state a 36-year-old Goose Creek man accused of fatally shooting his wife also used zip ties and duct tape to tie up his teenaged nieces whom he also shot.

The new information came to light following Darryl Edward Flowers' bond hearing Thursday night where he was denied bond for the murder of his wife, 36-year-old Tammy Flowers.

Darryl Flowers was brought back from Maryland, where he was arrested following a car chase, to Goose Creek on Wednesday.

In addition to a murder charge, Flowers also faces two counts of attempted murder, two counts of kidnapping and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.

In newly released affidavits, Flowers allegedly tied up his two nieces' hands and feet with zip ties and duct tape at a home on Elmwood Place on June 4 in Goose Creek.

According to authorities, it was also discovered that socks were placed over the girls' mouths along with duct tape to keep the socks in place.

Officials with the sheriff's office say Flowers, in addition to fatally shooting his wife, shot the two girls as well. The girls were transported to the hospital in critical condition.

Investigators with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office said on Thursday that the girls are now in fair condition and are in the custody of DSS.

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