An 18-year-old named Raiden Hagedorn is arrested after breaking into Micahel Jordan’s mansion.
As reported on The Jasmine Brand, police were called to the $15 million, 56,000-square-foot Highland Park home property. When authorities arrived, they discovered Hagedorn in the house.
Luckily, Michael Jordan wasn’t home at the time. The report says he hasn’t lived there since 2012 and the house is on the market. Hagedorn was charged with criminal trespass to an occupied residence and two counts of criminal damage to property.
The Daily Herald reports, “Lake County state’s attorney’s office communications specialist Sara Avalos said officials do not believe Hagedorn entered the home with the intention to steal something. She said there was just a damaged window at the home and declined to release any information on the juvenile suspect.”
The suspect is due in court on April 20.