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Trials set for offender charged in Plaistow, Salem Walmart assaults
Beausoleil was arrested March 10, the day after the alleged sexual assault of a 9-year-old girl at the Wal-Mart in Plaistow.
Beausoleil will first go on trial in the Salem case for allegedly exposing himself to a young girl. The suspect fled before police arrived at the store. The trial in that case is set for the week of Oct. 21 in Rockingham County Superior Court.
Beausoleil apparently isn’t happy with the legal strategy.
In a letter to a judge filed Monday, he asked for a new court-appointed attorney. Beausoleil complained that he wanted the trials set in the opposite order “for obvious reasons” and expressed an interest in seeking a plea agreement on the theft charge.
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