Smart! Rape Victim Forced To Call Boyfriend, Calls 911 Instead


Police say quick thinking by the victim of a frightening
abduction and assault helped them catch her attacker in the act. The attack
happened early Monday in the back of an adult entertainment store.

Officers say Robert Giles, 27, asked the victim to call her
boyfriend so he could hear the assault. Instead of calling her boyfriend, she
called 911.
Police say the savvy 911 operator also kept his wits about
him. “It was quick thinking on his behalf. In fact, (it) might have saved her
life,” Clayton County police Maj. Joe Woodall said.

Officers say Giles kidnapped the victim from Hapeville and
brought her to the closed Starship Novelties and Gifts store on Tara Boulevard
around 4 a.m. Monday intending to rape her. That’s when he allegedly asked her
to call her boyfriend so he could listen to the assault.
The victim called 911 and told her attacker it was her
boyfriend. The 911 operator played along.
“She explained to him what the perpetrator had told her;
that he was wanting him to listen while she was being raped,” Woodall said.
The operator tried to talk the attacker out of the assault
and sent police. Police quickly arrived and say they arrested Giles in the act.
“They were able to stop it right then and there and snatched
him right from the car,” Woodall said.
Giles now faces rape, false imprisonment and obstruction
charges. The police are also preparing kidnapping charges against him.

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