A Mentor-on-the-Lake man was convicted of attempted voyeurism today in .
David Kelly, 42, pleaded no contest and was found guilty of attempted voyeurism and failing to follow police orders.
A charge of prowling was dismissed.
Judge John Trebets scheduled Kelly's sentencing for Sept. 5. Kelly remains in jail in the mean time, as he has not posted his bond.
Kelly was arrested Aug. 9 by Mentor-on-the-Lake Police.
A man called police after he saw a stranger, Kelly, looking into the window of his daughter's bedroom at about 6 a.m. Thursday, Mentor-on-the-Lake Police Chief John Gielink said.
When police arrived, Kelly tried to run away. However, Kelly had left his car in the nearby Giant Eagle parking lot so he could not run too far, Gielink said.
The police continued to chase Kelly for awhile. However, he surrendered after an officer threatened to use a stun gun on him.
Once he was in custody, Kelly admitted that he had peeked into several other windows, as well, Gielink said.