Fresno businessman found guilty of sexual exploitation of a minor

Todd Mumma could be behind bars for 30 years.

Fresno businessman Todd Mumma has been convicted by a federal jury for actual and attempted sexual exploitation of a minor.  

Mumma owns business technology company Select Business Systems. 


Driving the news: Court documents reveal that Mumma used hidden recording devices in a residence to film a minor. 

  • Mumma edited the recordings on a computer and then transferred the most sexually explicit images onto a cellphone where they were stored in a password-protected application and viewed numerous times. 
  • The Central Valley Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, including Homeland Security Investigations and the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office investigated the case. 

What we’re watching: Mumma was detained following the verdict and is scheduled to be sentenced on June 17. 

  • He faces 15 to 30 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000, as well as possible forfeiture of property and mandatory restitution to the victim. 

Correction: The Department of Justice incorrectly said in a press release Mumma was convicted of receiving child pornography. A previous version of this story reflected that.

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