Police said that Walker is a former associate of Kelly’s and “ransacked” his homes in Johns Creek, taking furniture, electronics and other items and selling them to the highest bidder. The burglaries were reported on Nov. 26 and 27.
Trevian Kutti, a spokesperson for Kelly, sent the AJC a statement on his behalf.
“Mr. Kelly thanks the Johns Creek Police Department for its swift and diligent work in arresting the responsible parties,” the statement read. “He would also like to thank all of his fans around the world for their love and support, as well as, the community for being very cooperative.”
Walker was supposed to turn himself into Johns Creek police a week ago, but never showed up. Kelly stopped by his north Fulton County homes this past weekend to inspect the burglaries, and showed his empty living room to fans on Instagram.
Johns Creek police did not immediately respond to a request for more information on Walker’s arrest.