An 18-year-old man and a minor have been arrested in connection with what authorities are describing as a break-in at NBA legend Michael Jordan’s Illinois home.
On Tuesday (April 4), Raiden K. Hagedorn was arrested and charged with criminal burglary into a home and two counts of criminal damage to property after Highland Park police responded to an “in-progress burglary” at a property in the 2700 block of Point Drive.
The identity of the second suspect, who was also arrested, was kept secret due to his age.
Police say they arrived at the scene just after 4 p.m. local time and discover Hagedorn and the smallest on the seven-acre estate. In addition to the police, dogs from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office were brought into the home in response to the alarm.
It is believed that Hagedorn had no intention of taking Jordan’s belongings from the property as no items were missing and the only damage caused during the burglary was a broken window. Hagedorn has since been released on bail and is scheduled to appear in court again on April 20.
The estate — which Jordan built for him, his ex-wife Juanita Jordan, and their children in 1995 — includes a 32,683-square-foot home, guest house, wine cellar, and cigar shop.
The former Chicago Bulls star attempted to sell the home in 2012 at a cost of $29 million. The property was auctioned off in 2013 but never sold for its $13 million asking price and is still owned by Jordan.