Atlanta Police: Dating site meetup leads to rape, arrest | Crime
ATLANTA -- Atlanta police arrested a man who used an alias and allegedly raped a woman he met through an online dating site.
A police report from June 21 includes the woman's story. She met a man using the name Zack Anderson on OkCupid. The two scheduled a date at TAP restaurant on Peachtree Road. She told police she drank six beers, and Anderson drove her back to her car. She told police six beers normally would not make her drunk, but she decided she should call a cab. The next thing she remembered is waking up on her doorstep in Brookhaven.
She told police she felt strange, wasn't wearing her panties, and was missing her cell phone and keys.
The woman went to Grady for an examination, and that's when police were called. Atlanta police say she did not test positive for any type of date rape drug.
Atlanta Police say the name the man used that night was an alias. His real name is Devin Hartman. He was arrested March 2 and charged with rape and aggravated sodomy. He remains in the Fulton County Jail.