A Derry man was recently indicted on charges that he sexually assaulted a girl in Bennington multiple times between 2011 and 2015.

Hillsborough County prosecutors charged Dennis Beaulieu, 65, last November with three counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault. A grand jury indicted him on four additional counts last month, accusing him of engaging in a pattern of sexual assault.

According to an affidavit written by Bennington police Sgt. Jason LePine, Beaulieu assaulted the girl — who was known to him and under the age of 13 for the entire four-year span — at least four times during that period.

Beaulieu, who lived in Berlin when he is accused of assaulting the girl, was released on $2,000 bail last November and ordered by a judge at that time not to enter Bennington. He waived an arraignment hearing this month in Hillsborough County Superior Court’s north branch in Manchester.

In a separate case in that court, Beaulieu was convicted in 2017 of sexual assault and second-degree assault after pleading guilty to those charges.

He was accused in that case of sexually assaulting the same girl in 2014, causing her psychological trauma as a result. He was sentenced to a year in the Hillsborough County jail in Manchester and had the entirety of an additional term in state prison suspended, according to court documents.

Caleb Symons can be reached at 352-1234, extension 1420, or csymons@keenesentinel.com. Follow him on Twitter @CalebSymonsKS.