50 Cent’s House Burgled
Some young burglars tried to break into rapper 50 Cent’s home in Connecticut on Tuesday morning, however, they didn’t get very far.
In fact, Santos Padilla and Alexander Hernandez didn’t even make it out of the mansion before they were caught by police.
One burglar was found in a closet, drinking a bottle of wine that he had stolen from the house. The other was found hiding in a different area of the house, and they were both in possession of marijuana when the cops entered the house.
The rapper wasn’t inside the home at the time of the break-in, and the burglars climbed over the fence of the home—which was previously owned by boxer Mike Tyson—and made their way inside the house through a door that was unlocked.
According to the police report that was made, one of the burglars, Alexander Hernandez, was discovered, “hiding in a closet, drinking a bottle of wine he had stolen from the residence.”
The second suspect, Santos Padilla, was found hiding in a different section of the house.
Both Hernandez and Padilla were released on a $50,000 bond each. Hernandez was released to the cops, where he has outstanding warrants that he is wanted for.