Platte City Pastor Accused of Being Peeping Tom | News
PLATTE CITY, Mo. — A Platte City pastor has been charged with allegedly peeping on a woman in her bathroom while she was taking a shower.
Kelvin B. Lambert, 39, faces trespassing and attempted invasion of privacy charges in connection to the incident at a Platte City home on Tuesday morning. Lambert is the pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Platte City.
According to court documents, a witness allegedly saw a man, later identified as Lambert, standing on a plastic lawn chair and peering into the bathroom window of a home in the Timber Park neighborhood around 6:30 a.m. Authorities say that Lambert allegedly fled the scene after being seen by the witness.
Prosecutors say that the adult female resident of the home said that she had taken a shower that morning. She also said that she did not know Lambert and he didn’t have permission to be on her property.
If convicted of attempted 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.