9 year federal prison sentence for Stockton man who distributed child pornography



A Stockton man who was convicted om federal charges of distributing child pornography was recently sentenced to a nine-year prison sentence.  

Jason Solomon, 44, of Stockton, was sentenced on Thursday, November 7 by U.S. District Judge Troy L. Nunley at the federal district court in Sacramento. 
According to evidence presented in the trial, in July 2016, Solomon used social media to send images of children engaged in sexually explicit conduct to a then-15-year-old girl. In January 2018, federal agents found Solomon possessing additional images of child pornography, some of which depict the sexual molestation of infants.
This case was the product of an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Assistant U.S. Attorney Brian A. Fogerty prosecuted the case.





 







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