Prosecutors on Wednesday accused a Platte City, Mo., pastor of window peeping on a woman about the time she was taking a shower.
Kelvin B. Lambert, 39, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, was charged with attempted invasion of privacy and trespass.
According to court documents, Lambert stood on a plastic lawn chair early Tuesday to peer into the woman’s house. He reportedly fled after being seen by a witness and was seen running between houses in the Timber Park neighborhood near Platte City.
The alleged victim told authorities she did know the suspect and he did not have permission to be on her property.
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If convicted of invasion of privacy, Lambert faces up to 15 days in jail or a fine up to $300. If convicted of trespass, he could be fined $200.