Man broke into DeRozan’s residence near Los Angeles in November

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

According to TMZ, free agent NBA player DeMar DeRozan stopped a home invasion. The incident in question happened in his Los Angeles-area home.

The intruder broke into DeRozan’s home on November 19th. Once inside, the report says that the male made his way upstairs. 

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Once upstairs, the intruder was in an area, where one of DeRozan’s children was. The NBA player heard a commotion then rushed to the area. 

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TMZ is reporting that DeRozan chased the intruder out of the residence. The man in question left, before coming back to the gated community. 

When the intruder attempted to get back into the community, he was stopped by security. Then, the authorities were called. 

The intruder allegedly told the police that DeRozan’s residence was not the intended target. The male wanted to break into Kylie Jenner’s house.

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The man was arrested. He was charged with one burglary charge. 

In addition, the man — who has not been identified yet — has also been hit with a restraining order. He is not allowed by DeRozan or Jenner’s residences. 

DeRozan was mentioned as a potential trade candidate with the Los Angeles Lakers. However, once free agency started, that rumored deal quickly well apart when the Lakers acquired Dennis Shröder for Danny Green, who was rumored to go to San Antonio in the rumored deal for DeRozan.

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