Couple detained for occupying a NASCAR driver's residence

The residence of NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was broken into, and two members of a religious group that supports the sovereign citizen movement were detained.

The pair allegedly broke into the Mooresville, North Carolina house and have been squatting there, according to WBTV. The house is presently priced at $15,995,000.

The 29-year-old Darius Trrone Hall is accused with breaking and entering, two charges of aiding a minor's delinquency, carrying a concealed weapon, and second-degree trespassing.

The 37-year-old Nataijah Shaieena Fields was accused with breaking and entering, two charges of aiding a minor's delinquency, and second-degree trespassing.

The Moorish Nation is a religious movement with ties to Islam that was established in the 1920s, and Hall and Fields are members of it.

Some members engaged in hostile occupation of real estate in accordance with the sovereign citizen movement

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