Updated: Friday, 13 Aug 2010, 9:07 AM EDT
Published : Thursday, 12 Aug 2010, 10:34 PM EDT
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - If you believe the police, they say they saw no sign that Officer David Bisard was drunk after striking two motorcycles and a car this past Friday.
Sgt. Bill Owensby, the president of the Fraternal Order of Police, responded to criticism that police officers covered for Bisard.
"It's pretty tough to say this is covering up when he's been charged with six or seven felonies and he's currently suspended pending termination," said the FOP President.
In fact, Owensby was with Bisard and several others in the examining room, when Bisard's blood was drawn.
"In this room is another accident investigator," Owensby told 24 Hour News 8's Debby Knox.
"From another department a supervisor, myself, two or three canine supervisors, the doctor and the nurse. I don't know about the doctor and the nurse, but I've talked with those other guys, nobody, I mean nobody sees smells hears detects anything."
So Bisard isn't taken to the arrestee processing center. He doesn't go to jail. He's not booked, not charged until five days later.
"If someone else gets picked up and blows a .19 they are going to jail now," questioned Knox.
"Sure and I can't speak to that," said Owensby. "I can't speak to what happens at the APC, clearly there's a safety issue with an officer in jail."
Owensby says Officer Bisard is surrounded by friends and family.
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