Man wanted for burglary of properties rented by singer R. Kelly


According to Johns Creek police, a maid showed up to clean one of the singer's houses and found that "everything was gone".

"She found that the place had literally been ransacked", Byers said.

According to TMZ, police say Kelly's homes were cleaned out on Thanksgiving weekend in back-to-back burglaries.

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Captain Byers said several valuables were taken from the home, including furniture, clothing, and television sets. As he came upon the driveway, he noticed three individuals who were moving things out of the home and into a truck allegedly registered in Walker's name. Since Walker had done work in the past for Kelly before, the men said they thought that everything was above board. They told cops they'd been hired by one of Kelly's associates, Alfonso Walker, to sell everything because Kelly was moving his entire operation to Chicago. They told Petchenik that they didn't know Kelly even lived at either residence. Police obtained a search warrant for Walker's home, where they recovered some of the stolen property and Walker gave conflicting accounts of just how all of R. Kelly's stuff ended up in his house.

One Snellville man who purchased items told Petchenik the situation has been a "nightmare" for him. Police believe that Walker sold the singer's possessions.