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Pastor Accused Of Peeping Into Woman’s Bathroom

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (CBS St. Louis) – A local pastor has been accused of peeping into a woman’s bathroom.

Platte County prosecutors have charged 39-year-old Kelvin Lambert with attempted invasion of privacy and trespassing after he reportedly looked into her bathroom through the window.

He was allegedly watching her as she was about to take a shower.

Lambert serves as a pastor at Second Baptist Church, prosecuting attorney Eric Zahnd told KMBC-TV.

Documents obtained by the station show that authorities from the Platte County Sheriff’s Department arrived on the scene early Tuesday morning after the woman saw a man using a plastic lawn chair to look into the bathroom window of her home.

Other witnesses reportedly saw a man darting between houses in the neighborhood.

KMBC-TV found that Lambert is facing up to 15 days in jail and a fine of up to $300, if convicted of attempted invasion of privacy. A $200 fine would allegedly come with a trespass conviction.

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