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PEMBROKE PINES (CBSMiami) — Pembroke Pines Police said they have arrested a man wanted for peeping into people’s homes in the area.

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Pelayo Alexander Cerulia, 43, turned himself in to police on Thursday around 1 p.m, officers said. His attorney was beside him at the time.

The arrest comes after police had released pictures of the reported creeper which they say led them to several leads.

The man has reportedly spied on women in the communities of Windmill Lakes, Heron Pond and Gatehouse, and also the Sunswept neighborhood.

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Police previously said the alleged peeping tom had been seen loading up a slingshot to shatter victims’ windows. 

Investigators said he has struck 25 times in the last two years.

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Cerulia, from Pembroke Pines, is facing a number of charges including Burglary with Battery Shooting a Deadly Missile Into an Occupied Dwelling and Aggravated Stalking. Officer said additional charges are pending.