Police on Thursday arrested and raided the Grain Valley home of former Aryan Nations leader Charles J. Juba.

Police on Thursday arrested and raided the Grain Valley home of former Aryan Nations leader Charles J. Juba.

Grain Valley police, assisted by Jackson County Sheriff’s deputies, conducted the raid. Grain Valley police later stopped Juba’s car and arrested him. Authorities would not say what the search warrant said or on what charges Juba was arrested.

KMBC Channel 9 reports that Juba is the man who last spring tried to open an under-21 club – the Black Flag Club – at the outlet mall in Odessa, a move that led to fierce local opposition. Residents said they feared it would have become a front for supremacist groups.

Channel 9 also reports that Juba moved to the Kansas City area in 2005, aiming to establishing an Aryan Nations headquarters in Kansas City, Kan., but, facing public outrage, later said he was leaving the Aryan Nations.