Attacker forces woman to call her boyfriend. 911 dispatcher picks up the phone and plays along

Attacker forces woman to call her boyfriend. 911 dispatcher picks up the phone and plays along

Just before going on break, Deonte Smith, a 911 dispatcher in Clayton County, Georgia, received one of the strangest calls he’s ever had. Smith answered the call, and the person on the line acted as if Smith was her boyfriend.
Attacker forces woman to call her boyfriend. 911 dispatcher picks up the phone and plays along

Apparently, the woman’s attacker wanted her to call her boyfriend and have him listen her being assaulted over the phone.
Cleverly, she called 911 instead, and Smith caught on immediately. He pretended to be the victim’s boyfriend, and attempted to persuade the man not to attack her while he figured out the location of the assault and dispatched police.
Attacker forces woman to call her boyfriend. 911 dispatcher picks up the phone and plays along

“[It was] the most extreme call of my career,” Smith told WSB-TV. “I have a daughter, I have a sister, and I have a mom. It’s difficult, it really is. I was really upset.” The police arrived while the culprit, Robert Timothy Giles (above) was still assaulting her. He was arrested for rape, false imprisonment, and obstruction of justice.
Attacker forces woman to call her boyfriend. 911 dispatcher picks up the phone and plays along

“I’m glad I was there to help her. I really can’t say it enough. She saved her own life with her quick thinking,” said Smith. He also added that she was very lucky — a few more minutes and there would have been no dispatchers on duty. Stay safe, everyone.