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Raymond man convicted in second sexual assault case
Patrick Eschenbrenner, 51, of Raymond was convicted of aggravated felonious sexual assault and witness tampering. (JAMES A. KIMBLE/ Union Leader Correspondent)
A jury convicted Patrick Eschenbrenner, 51, of seven counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault and a single count of witness tampering after roughly three hours of deliberation in Rockingham County Superior Court.
The abuse happened between 2002 and 2007, beginning when the girl was 7 years old.
During the years of abuse, Eschenbrenner was taking care of the girl’s mother, who was terminally ill and later died.
Eschenbrenner also told the girl during the conversation that he had hoped she did not remember what happened to her.
Eschenbrenner was free on bail at the time, after a 2008 conviction for sexually assaulting another young girl was overturned by a judge. The sexual abuse in that case occurred in 1998.
Judge N. William Delker ordered Eschenbrenner to be held without bail at the county jail after the verdict. Eschenbrenner will be sentenced Jan. 31.
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