While R. Kelly was in New Orleans during Bayou Classic weekend, both of his homes in Atlanta were cleaned out. Police later id'ed the suspect, who was an associate of the singer. He's now turned himself in a week later after a warrant was issued for his arrest.

According to TMZ, Alfonso Walker turned himself in on Monday, December 11, to the Johns Creek Police Department. He's been booked on "2 counts of burglary, 2 counts of theft by taking, and 2 counts of theft by deception."

Police caught three men leaving Kelly's home in a van, and when they were brought in for questioning they reportedly told cops Walker hired them to move the singers' stuff back to Chicago. After a search warrant was issued, law enforcement searched his home where they found property that belonged to Kelly.

R. Kelly has since reportedly thanked the Johns Creek Police Department for their efforts.