Police arrested and charged a Mundelein man after receiving a burglary in progress call at Michael Jordan’s seven-acre estate in Highland Park Tuesday.
Residents reported seeing numerous Highland Park police officers responding with emergency lights activated around 4:10 p.m. Tuesday.
The Highland Park Police Department said they were responding to a call for a burglary in progress at 2700 Point Drive.
The address is NBA Superstar Michael Jordan’s seven-acre estate.
Officers arrived at the front gate and were seen investigating.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office was assisting and sent deputies and a canine unit.
Officers arrested Raiden K. Hagedorn, 18, of Mundelein, in connection with the incident, according to a police report.
Hagedorn was charged with criminal trespass to occupied residence and two counts of criminal damage to property. All three charges are misdemeanors.
Hagedorn was transported to the Highland Park Police Department and processed.
He was released from custody on a personal recognizance bond, the report said.
Officials said there was no traffic impact outside of the neighborhood on Half Day Road as a result of the police activity.
Police officials did not immediately return requests for additional information on the case.
Hagedorn is scheduled to appear in court on April 20 for an initial hearing.
Jordan’s residence has been for sale since 2012 when it was first listed at $29 million.
The price has been reduced over the years and is currently listed at $14,855,000.
The 56,000-square-foot property is equipped with “every conceivable luxury amenity,” according to a real estate listing.
The custom-designed property includes a regulation-sized basketball gymnasium, infinity pool, putting green, tennis court and cigar room, “each with Jordan’s signature touch,” the listing says.
Jordan primarily lives in Florida but has several homes in the United States, including the Highland Park estate.