San Francisco man convicted for sexual assault of unconscious woman

A San Francisco man was convicted by a jury Wednesday of sexually assaulting an unconscious person in April, San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon said.
The female victim met an acquaintance, the acquaintance's girlfriend and Edison Bolanos, 39, of San Francisco, at the Revolution Café in the Mission District of San Francisco around 9 p.m. on April 14, according to court records.
When the café closed at midnight, the group went to Bolanos' apartment a half-block away. The victim lost consciousness, and when she awoke, she was face down and Bolanos was assaulting her, according to court records. The acquaintance and the acquaintance's girlfriend had left the apartment.
The victim ultimately reported the assault with the support of friends, and she was examined at San Francisco General Hospital. Bolanos was arrested by San Francisco police on April 20.
A DNA test confirmed the presence of the victim's and Bolanos' DNA on the victim's underwear, according to the court records.
Bolanos will be sentenced Dec. 8 for oral copulation of an unconscious person.