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    Guard Drug Task Force Member Arrested, Accused of Leaking Info to Drug Dealer

    An reservist assigned to the California National Guard's headquarters in Sacramento County and to a counter-drug-trafficking task  has been arrested by the  on a weapons charge and is believed to have leaked sensitive information on drug raids to an individual involved in illegal drug activities, court records say.

    Ruby Celly Uribe, 34, a 17-year Army veteran and sergeant first class, was arrested by the FBI and booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail early Friday, Jan. 5, 2024, on a charge of possession of an unregistered short-barreled rifle.

    Uribe made a brief appearance in federal court Friday afternoon, wiping her eyes with a tissue as U.S. Magistrate Judge Deborah Barnes noted she had no criminal record and agreed to allow her release on an unsecured $25,000 bond.

    As part of a 17-page criminal complaint and affidavit unsealed Friday, FBI Special Agent Deanna Williams described a series of suspicious activities by Uribe that included providing ammunition to a close associate and leaking sensitive information to him about upcoming drug raids.

    “This investigation revealed that Uribe leaked operational intelligence and law enforcement plans to people involved in drug trafficking organizations, that she misappropriated military property and funds for personal use, and that she illegally possessed and trafficked firearms,” an affidavit from Williams states. “In particular,…

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