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Trial Date Set for Las Vegas Man Accused of Horrific Child Abuse

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, March 1, 2024 1:46 pm

A Las Vegas man accused of locking his children in dog cages and committing horrific abuse is finally set to face trial. After numerous delays, a jury trial for Travis Doss has been scheduled to begin on August 5th. Clark County Justice Court Judge Nadia Krall has allotted three weeks for the case.


Doss’s case stems from a chilling 911 call made by his wife, Amanda Stamper, in June 2023. Stamper reported from a pharmacy that Doss was trying to kill her and that her children were locked in a dog kennel at their apartment.

Officers responding to the residence found two children locked inside a kennel. One child was able to exit immediately, but the other required assistance and exhibited severe injuries, including swollen eyes, extensive bruising, and extreme malnourishment.

The injured child told officers he was locked in the kennel as punishment for stealing food. Medical personnel rushed him to UMC Hospital, where his condition was deemed critical. Doctors treating the child stated he would have died without intervention and compared his injuries to those seen in a warzone.

Legal Proceedings

Stamper pled guilty to three counts of child abuse, neglect, or endangerment and was sentenced to 28-72 months in prison. Doss, however, faces a total of 40 felony charges. His trial has been repeatedly delayed, but a date has finally been set.

Important Note: The accusations against Travis Doss are deeply disturbing. It’s essential to remember that he is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Credits: Fox5Vegas

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