Back in April, while Paul George was busy participating in a playoff game for the Pacers, someone broke into his home in Indianapolis and made off with more than $15,000 worth of stuff. From an NBA All-Star ring to a pair of Air Jordan IV "Toro" sneakers, the thief stole some pretty important items from George. But he didn't end up getting away with it.

The police just arrested a 43-year-old man named Michael Lewis, who stands accused of breaking into George's house. They tied Lewis to the scene of the crime after examining some evidence that was found inside of George's home. Unfortunately, police have not been able to track down any of the stuff was stolen from George. But at the very least, they've got the guy who allegedly stole all of it, so there might be a chance of tracking down some or all of George's things in the future.

Here's the mugshot of Lewis that the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department released, courtesy of TMZ Sports:

Case closed. Now who has Swaggy P's "Red Octobers"?

[via TMZ Sports]