According to WSB TV in Atlanta, Johns Creek Police were called to the home on Old Homestead Trail on Sunday, Nov. 26.
The maid, who called 911 on November 26, told dispatchers that she was hired to clean Kelly's Old Homestead Trail mansion.
Authorities now believe it's likely that Walker sold the times in Kelly's house room by room (Byers says his department was able to get in touch with at least one buyer who paid $6,000 for the stuff in Kelly's bedroom).
Alfonso Walker, also known as "Doc", has been charged with burglary, theft by taking, and theft by deception.
Captain Byers said several valuables were taken from the home, including furniture, clothing, and television sets.
Detectives caught three men leaving one of his homes in a van. Since Walker had done work in the past for Kelly before, the men said they thought that everything was above board. - A cleaning lady told police she was "freaked out" after finding R&B singer R. Kelly's Johns Creek mansion cleaned out.
The maid told police that the people who lived there were always gone and she was directed to clean the home by a secretary.
In interviews with police, Walker allegedly said he sold the items because he felt he was "owed" money from the singer.
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.