Grammy-winning singer R. Kelly is this much closer to having the person responsible for burglarizing his Georgia mansions. We're told he gave cops 3 different stories about how Kelly's gear ended up in his house. Johns Creek police also responded to robbery at another of Kelly's nearby on homes on November 26.
Alfonso Walker, 50, is facing charges of burglary and theft, and remains on the run. Investigators said they were able to tie the thefts to one of Kelly's associates named Alfonso Walker.
Chris Byers told WSB-TV that Kelly's maid called police after she found one of the homes had been virtually emptied of valuables, including a diamond-encrusted hoodie. Police report that almost everything, including his furniture and electronics, were stolen from both of his properties. Since Walker had done work in the past for Kelly before, the men said they thought that everything was above board. However, Kelly's team told cops Walker was just a part-time employee. One of the men admitted to buying one of the room's items for $6,000. Police believe that Walker sold the singer's possessions.
The suspect, Alonso Walker, who Petchenik described as an "associate" of Kelly's, is now on the run from the law after missing a December 5 appointment to turn himself in on theft charges.