Police investigate burglary at R. Kelly's Atlanta homes
Dec 08 2017 by Francis Osborne
Grammy-winning singer R. Kelly is this much closer to having the person responsible for burglarizing his Georgia mansions.
Police spotted the three leaving one of the houses in a van and brought them in for questioning, where they rolled over on Walker, who they say advised them to sell everything because Kelly was moving to Chicago.
Alfonso Walker, also known as "Doc", has been charged with burglary, theft by taking, and theft by deception.
Kelly's housekeeper contacted authorities on November 26 when she arrived to discover "everything was gone", according to a police report. After being granted a search warrant for Walker's home, law enforcement found some of Kelly's property there. Completely wiped clean, almost everything was taken including furniture, electronics and other property, TMZ reports.
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Walker was connected to the crime after a detective went to the second of Kelly's burglarized homes to do some follow-up work, Byers said. However, Kelly's team told cops Walker was just a part-time employee.
When police arrived, they blocked the truck in.
In the latest report, Byers says that Walker is still on the run, although he'd planned to turn herself in on Tuesday. Police believe that Walker sold the singer's possessions.