R. Kelly’s Atlanta house and one other residence he was renting within the space have been emptied by a gaggle of thieves posing as movers whereas the singer was away on tour, police stated.
A cleansing woman employed to take care of the residence whereas Kelly carried out in New Orleans alerted authorities on November 26 to a housebreaking on the “I Consider I Can Fly” singer’s residence on Previous Homestead Path, Johns Creek Capt. Chris Byers stated.
She informed police when she arrived on the mansion, “every part was gone.”
After talking with Kelly’s staff, authorities additionally checked in on the singer’s rented residence on Saint Devon Crossing in Johns Creek, which was equally stripped of possessions.
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Neighbors advised investigators that they had lately seen movers taking objects out of Kelly’s house and loading them up right into a truck. When authorities returned the subsequent day for comply with-up interviews they discovered the group of faux movers again once more at Kelly’s home.
They have been detained and later advised police Alfonso Walker advised them Kelly was shifting his group to Chicago. Walker lately labored on some “odd-jobs” for Kelly, police stated.
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In actuality, authorities suspect Walker bought off the objects in Kelly’s home room by room, Byers defined, noting they have been capable of join with one man who paid almost $6,000 for the musician’s items.
Byers stated it’s unimaginable to estimate the price of the property stolen given the dimensions of the homes and the quantity of possessions inside them.
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“There was a bunch furnishings and electronics stolen — a bunch of TVs,” he stated. “You’re speaking a TV in each room of the home.”
For now, authorities are engaged on finding the lacking belongings and have issued a warrant for Walker on two counts of housebreaking, two counts of theft by taking and at the least two counts…