A year-old Atlanta man was convicted of raping a woman he had met on a commuter train after pretending to be gay to gain her trust, prosecutors said. The man, Taurence Callagain, met the woman in at a transit station on the west side of the city, and the two eventually exchanged numbers after riding the same train, according to a statement from the Fulton County District Attorney's office. Prosecutors did not identify the victim. Weeks later, after the victim missed the last bus of the night, Callagain offered to drive her home, according to the DA's office. He then claimed that he needed to stop at his house to pick up marijuana, and the victim followed him into his home. After the rape, the victim escaped and ran 3 miles in the middle of the night to her home.
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