There's no current estimate of how much was taken from the homes because police are still waiting on that information from Kelly, but the individuals who bought items are listed as victims in the police report since they purchased them without knowing they were stolen.
This home belonging to R Kelly was completely cleared out while the singer was on tour.
"She found that the place had literally been ransacked", Byers said. "I kept walking through the door".
Police spotted the three leaving one of the houses in a van and brought them in for questioning, where they rolled over on Walker, who they say advised them to sell everything because Kelly was moving to Chicago.
Police said Walker claimed Kelly owed him money, so to get back at him, he hired movers to remove everything from his homes, including furniture, furnishings and even a diamond-encrusted hoodie.
Police were tipped off by Kelly's maid.
"Everything they could get into the truck that week they took", Capt. Chris Byers told Channel 2's Mike Petchenik. He has been charged with burglary, theft by taking and theft by deception. One of the men admitted to buying one of the room's items for $6,000.
Neighbors say they saw suspicious trucks and cars at the homes for about a week.
Byers told BuzzFeed News that Walker sold Kelly's possessions "a room at a time".