The investigation into the former Aryan Nations leader continues, but no charges have been filed.

The investigation into the former Aryan Nations leader continues, but no charges have been filed.

Charles Juba, who proposed to open a nightclub in Odessa for teenagers, was stopped and taken into custody on U.S. 40 Thursday evening after authorities obtained a search warrant for his home in Grain Valley.

He was stopped near his home.

The community turned against Juba in April after learning of his white supremacist past, including involvement with Aryan Nations and the Ku Klux Klan.

Juba moved to the Kansas City area in 2005, aiming to establish an Aryan Nations headquarters in Kansas City, Kan., but, facing public outrage, later said he was leaving the Aryan Nations.

Velda Cook, a spokesperson for the prosecutor’s office, said details of the case had been sealed by a judge.

If charges are filed, the case would become public information.

“Right now he is not in our custody,” Cook said Friday. “But the matter is still being investigated.”

Other media outlets reported Friday morning that Juba was in custody.