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Co-Defendant Sentenced in Child Sexual Assault Case

DATE:  November 20, 2015

CASE:  Jason Wymer

PROSECUTOR:  Deputy District Attorney Quirina Orozco, Special Assault & Child Abuse Unit

The Honorable Sharon Lueras sentenced Jason Wymer to 100 years to life plus 9 years, 8 months in prison.  On October 9, 2015, a jury convicted Wymer of multiple sexual assault and exploitation charges. 

In January 2013, a citizen tried to text a photo of her 8-year-old daughter to a family member. The photo was instead received by Jason Wymer, who was unknown to the sender. Wymer began texting the sender requesting more photos and began communicating in a sexually explicit manner to who he thought was an 8 year old. The FBI began an investigation, which revealed thousands of images and videos of child pornography taken from 2010 to 2011 in Sacramento and San Joaquin counties. The images included children and toddlers engaged in sexual acts with adults.  Several images showed a 3-year-old child being sexually abused by Wymer and co-defendant Stormy Mollissa Myers.

Myers pled guilty to committing a sex act with a child under 10 years old and committing lewd acts upon a child. Pursuant to the plea agreement, she will be sentenced to 15 years to life in prison on February 26, 2016, at 9:00 a.m. in Department 38 before the Honorable Sharon Lueras.  Myers will also plead to federal charges of sexual exploitation of a minor. 

 

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