Michael Jordan’s home was burglarized, however, the suspect has been arrested.
Raiden Hagedorn, 18, was caught after the police were called to Jordan’s $15 million home was the robbery was still in progress. According to reports, he was arrested and charged with criminal trespass to an occupied residence and two counts of criminal damage to property.
Jordan was not at the home during the time of the robbery and has not lived there since he put the home on the market in 2012. The 56,000-square-foot home comes with 19 baths, an indoor basketball gym, 9 bedrooms, a cigar room, a tennis court, and an infinity pool.
The suspect is also facing other charges including criminal damage to the property. Michael Jordan nor any of his reps have released a statement about the robbery.