Home / Top Story / Woman ordered to call boyfriend during rape called 911

Woman ordered to call boyfriend during rape called 911

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Tuesday, December 29, 2015, 6:08 PM

A Georgia man who plotted to rape a woman with her boyfriend listening on the phone was caught when she dialed 911 instead of her partner, police said.

Police south of Atlanta captured Robert Giles, 27, around 4 a.m. Monday as he sexually assaulted the woman in a car parked behind an adult gift shop, Clayton County police Maj. Joe Woodall told WSB-TV. Giles had demanded the woman call her boyfriend after abducting her, police said.

Robert Giles, 27, was caught early Monday after police said he ordered a woman to call her boyfriend so he could hear her being raped and the woman dialed 911 instead.Police Handout

The “quick thinking” 911 dispatcher “might have saved her life” by pretending to be the woman’s boyfriend until officers showed up at Starship Novelties and Gifts near Jonesboro, Woodall said.

NEW MURDER CHARGE FOR SUSPECT IN SLAYING OF INDIANA WOMAN

“She explained to him what the perpetrator had told her; that he was wanting him to listen while she was being raped,” he said. “They were able to stop it right then and there and snatched him right from the car.”

The sicko now faces charges of rape, obstruction and false imprisonment, county records show. Woodall told the TV station the 911 call recording is too graphic to be released.

“It’s horrific, sir,” he said.

Police plan to add kidnapping charges to Giles’ rap because they said he had taken the victim from her nearby Hapeville home, WSB reported. A Clayton County judge ordered him held without bond Tuesday.

Follow on Twitter @tobysalkc

tsalinger@nydailynews.com

Tags:
georgia ,
sex crimes
Join the Conversation: facebook twitter
COLD CASES & TRUE CRIME
  • ORG XMIT: DANA10 Neg. Dana Sue Gray, accused of multiple murders, sits in a Riverside courtroom Wednesday where she pleaded guilty to get life without parole to avoid death penalty.
    Justice Story: Dana Sue Gray
    A PECULIAR ITEM recently came up for sale on a website that caters to people who collect things created, owned, or even just touched by murderers.
  • Barbara Thomason.
    Rooney’s wife slain by lover
    Carolyn Mitchell was one of those girls who seemed destined to make headlines. And did she ever.
  • exp;
    Justice Story: John du Pont
    The 1856 British Guiana one-cent magenta is a tiny octagonal red inch-wide stamp. Philatelic experts say that when it is auctioned at Sotheby’s in New York on June 17, this singular postal artifact is expected to fetch something around $ 20 million, the largest price ever paid for a stamp. By weight and size, it may be the most valuable object in the world. The stamp is just one souvenir of the strange legacy of John E. du Pont, a man who had everything money could buy but threw it away in one moment of blind violence.
  • Exported.;
    Justice Story: Vampire king
    At more than 300 pounds and with dreadlocks cascading past his waist, Marcus Wesson, 57, was not what people generally think of when they hear the word “vampire.”
  • Exported.;
    Justice Story: Deadly mother-in-law
    A Chicago undertaker summoned to a physician’s office took one look at a corpse on an exam table and diagnosed what should have been clear to the doctor.

Previous Next


Top News

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*