Priestap convicted of voyeurism over incidents at Western University
LONDON, Ont. - A 48-year-old London, Ont., man who police say terrorized women living near Western University campus has been found guilty of numerous charges.
Bradley Priestap was convicted Tuesday of 12 of the 16 trespassing and voyeurism-related charges he was facing.
Police received reports last summer of a man peering into windows, scaling fire escapes of students' homes and jiggling door handles.
Priestap was arrested in September 2012, following an extensive investigation that included installing a GPS device in his car.
Priestap, who had pleaded not guilty to the charges, testified in his own defence.
A future sentencing date has not been determined, but it's possible authorities will apply to declare him a dangerous or long-term offender at that time.