HIGHLAND PARK, Illinois — A suburban man was charged with breaking into Michael Jordan’s mansion on Tuesday.
Raiden Hagedorn, 18, of Mundelein faces three charges after police arrived at Jordan’s mansion on the 2700 block of Point Lane in Highland Park after receiving a report of a break-in.
Hagedorn was charged with criminal damage to property worth less than $500, damage to property, and trespassing of a residence. These are all misdemeanors.
He was taken into custody and released on a guaranty of approval.
Jordan hasn’t lived in the house for several years and it’s currently listed for around $15 million. It has been on sale since 2012.
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