Mr Caballero, 46, pled guilty at the High Court in Edinburgh to raping and abducting a woman, who cared for him as a support worker, in December of 2018. The man had admitted the attack shortly after it occurred as he stated to police officers the same day he was guilty of the offence.  Lord Kinclaven stated when sentencing Caballero: “It was an attack carried out against a young woman who was acting in the course of her employment as your support worker. She was someone who had supported you in a professional capacity for a number of years.”
The Advocate depute explained: “The accused has learning difficulties and suffers from paranoia, irrational fixations and epilepsy.” This was Mr Caballero’s first offence and he was sentenced to eight years imprisonment. He was also made subject to the sex offender’s registers indefinitely and also subject to a supervision order for at least four years after he leaves prison.