Sioux Falls man sentenced for 2022 carjacking

A Sioux Falls man has been sentenced in federal court for Conspiracy to Commit Carjacking and Brandishing a Firearm During a Crime of Violence .

Twenty-six-year-old Jose Uribe was sentenced to 12-years in federal prison, followed by three-years of supervised release.

He pleaded guilty in September.

The U.S. Attorney’s office says it happened in May of 2022. Uribe, working with two others, was given a ride by another individual. During the ride, Uribe pointed a shotgun at that person and demanded they get out of the car. Uribe and the other two conspirators drove away, later fleeing from law enforcement in the vehicle and on foot.

Uribe was remanded to the custody of the U.S. Marshal.


December 5, 2023