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Bisard won’t serve extra time for 2nd arrest

Former Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Officer David Bisard pleaded guilty to a drunk driving charge Wednesday, but will serve no additional jail time. The conviction stems from a second operating while intoxicated arrest in Lawrence last year.


Judge Linda Brown sentenced Bisard to a one-year jail term, but suspended the sentence, effectively giving Bisard a one-year term of probation. The sentence will be served consecutively, or separately, from Bisard’s 13-year sentence for the 2010 crash that killed Eric Wells and injured two other motorcyclists.

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