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PEMBROKE PINES (CBSMiami) — A Pembroke Pines man accused of being a prowler and a peeping Tom will stay in jail for now.

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A judge ordered Pelayo Cerulia held without bond Friday. Cerulia turned himself into police on Thursday with his attorney.

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He’s alleged to have preyed on women for the past two years, showing up at their bedroom windows and harassing them.

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Should he eventually get bond, the judge ordered that he’d wear a GPS tracking device.