A man was arrested Thursday after an alleged burglary attempt at Michael Jordan’s property in Highland Park, Illinois, outside of Chicago.

Raiden K. Hagedorn, 18, of Mundelein, Illinois, was taken into custody after residents reported seeing numerous officers on or near the scene.

Hagedorn was charged with trespassing into an occupied residence and two counts of criminal damage to property, all misdemeanors, according to Lake McHenry Scanner.

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A door with the number 23 controls access to the home of basketball legend Michael Jordan on October 21, 2013 in Highland Park, Illinois. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

He was released on recognizance bond and is scheduled to appear in court on April 20.

The estate encompasses 7 acres and 56,000 square feet.

Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan during a press conference in 2020.

Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan during a press conference in 2020. (REUTERS/Benoit Tessier)

The house sits among several Jordan properties. His primary residence is in Florida.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office was on the scene along with a K-9 unit.

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The property has been for sale since 2012 and is listed at over $14 million.

Michael Jordan, NBA legend and co-owner of 23xi Racing watches the action on pit road during qualifying for the second annual Ally 400 on June 25, 2022, at Nashville Superspeedway in Nashville.

Michael Jordan, NBA legend and co-owner of 23xi Racing watches the action on pit road during qualifying for the second annual Ally 400 on June 25, 2022, at Nashville Superspeedway in Nashville. (Jeff Robinson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

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Jordan spent 13 years of his illustrious career with the Chicago Bulls after being selected by them with the third pick in the 1984 NBA Draft.