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Mass. sex offender pleads guilty to Salem indecent exposure before trial starts
He was sentenced to a suspended 3½ to 7 year prison term that will run consecutive to whatever prison time he draws in the Plaistow case, according to Assistant County Attorney Jennifer Haggar.
Beausoleil could face more than a decade in prison when he appears before a judge on Jan. 24 to be sentenced on charges of aggravated felonious sexual assault and three other charges stemming from his conviction in the Plaistow assault.
He was arrested by a sheriff’s deputy on March 11, the day after the assault while in the parking lot of the Route 125 store.
Beausoleil is being held without bail at the Rockingham County jail pending sentencing in both cases.
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