Two other members of the Grizzly Scouts surrendered last week to begin serving their six month sentences.
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The leader of a Northern California militia with ties to the Boogaloo Movement is set to surrender at Santa Rita Jail Thursday to begin serving a six-month sentence.
The ABC7 I-Team has exclusive pictures of 30-year-old Jessie Rush of Turlock leaving federal court in February. He founded the Grizzly Scouts, a militia that trained and planned to kill law enforcement.
Rush pleaded guilty to destroying evidence after a member of the Grizzly Scouts, Steven Carrillo, allegedly killed a security officer at the Oakland Federal Building and a Santa Cruz sheriff's sergeant.
Two other members of the Grizzly Scouts -- 22-year-old Kenny Miksch of San Lorenzo and 24-year-old Simon Ybarra of Los Gatos, surrendered last week to begin serving their six month sentences.
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