Recently it was reported that two of R. Kelly’s homes in Atlanta were burglarized. The singer took to social media to talk about the incident and showed the result of the burglary.
The man who police think is responsible for it all has turned himself in.
According to TMZ, Johns Creek Police Department said that Alfonso Walker turned himself in on Monday, as he faced charges stemming from the burglary that took place over Thanksgiving weekend.
He was reportedly booked on two counts of burglary, two counts of theft by taking, and two counts of theft by deception.
An arrest warrant for Walker was issued after he told authorities he would turn himself in last week Tuesday but didn’t.
Walker reportedly hired people to clean out R. Kelly’s homes, and he sold the singers items. R. Kelly identified Walker as a part-time employee.
If you missed R. Kelly speaking about the incident, check out what he had to say below: