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A Wisconsin man has allegedly been beaten and killed a 5-year-old boy after he got angry with the child was given his Father’s Day cake, according to the officials of the ministry of justice.
Travis Stackhouse, he told me that the police hit him in the stomach and punched him in the face, and on Friday, because he was “angry that the rest of the world is great”, had been one of his Father’s Day cake, a criminal complaint stated.
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In the criminal complaint, obtained by the FOX6 stated that the child’s bruises sustained in both eyes, a cut on his upper lip, and a laceration to his chest.
Stackhouse, 29, initially told police that he and his son did flips at the bottom of the stairs,” but the boy didn’t seem to touch it.
Travis Stackhouse, 29, faces one count of first-degree reckless homicide after allegedly fatally punching his 5-year-old son, the child will eat his father’s day cake.
(Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office)
When the paramedics were called on Saturday at around 2 a.m., paramedics did not believe the injuries were consistent with a fall, and the boy’s 6-year-old brother told the police that he didn’t fall down the stairs.
An autopsy showed the child suffered blunt force trauma to the abdomen, and his death has been ruled a homicide.
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When the police interviewed for Stackhouse, he had told the police that his girlfriend often, and warned him not to touch the children in such a way is hard,” according to the complaint.
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Prosecutors charged the 29-year-old on Wednesday with one count of first-degree reckless homicide.
Stackhouse is being held on a $25,000 bond at the Milwaukee County Jail, and faces up to 60 years in prison if convicted.