A teenager has been arrested after reportedly burglarizing Michael Jordan’s $15 million mansion. He now faces several charges, including criminal damage to the property.
According to Lake & McHenry County Scanner, on Tuesday, April 4th, Highland Park Police Department responded to a robbery in progress call. Neighbors from the 2700 block of Point Lane reportedly called in the crime around 4:10 p.m.
18-Year-Old Was Found Still Inside Jordan’s Home When Cops Arrived On-Scene
Authorities quickly learned that the Chicago Bulls legend currently owns the Illinois home. Additionally, they found 18-year-old Raiden Hagedorn still inside the house when they arrived on the scene.
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Hagedorn was arrested and charged with two misdemeanor counts of criminal damage to property. As well as criminal trespass of an occupied residence.
MJ’s Property Includes Nine Bedrooms, 19 Bathrooms, And Indoor Basketball Court & More
Jordan, who hasn’t lived at the home since he put it on the market in 2012, was not there at the time of the burglary.
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According to reports, the 56,000-square-foot property includes nine bedrooms, 19 baths, an infinity pool, an indoor basketball court, and even a cigar room.
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Furthermore, Jordan has reportedly had trouble selling the property since 2012, as the estate was initially listed for $29 million and dropped to a reported $14,855,000.