INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Suspended IMPD officer David Bisard is back in the Marion County Jail, where he's expected to remain for at least the next six months.
On Thursday, Allen County Judge John Surbeck, Jr. revoked Bisard's bond from his arrest in 2010 on DUI and reckless homicide charges. Prosecutors asked for that bond to be revoked after Bisard was arrested again on April 27. He's accused of driving drunk and crashing a pickup truck into a guardrail in Lawrence. Prosecutors say his blood alcohol content tested at 0.22 following that crash.
Jail records showed Bisard as an inmate in the Marion County Jail late Friday afternoon. The Allen County Sheriff's Department told 24-Hour News 8 it had no record of Bisard being housed in the Allen County Jail at that time.
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Marion County Sheriff's Department spokesperson Katie Carlson confirmed Bisard was transferred back to Marion County Friday afternoon.
Under Judge Surbeck's order, Bisard will have to stay in jail until his trial in the 2010 case begins. Judge Surbeck said Thursday he would let the Allen County Sheriff and Marion County Sheriff decide where Bisard would be jailed during that time.
Jury selection in the 2010 case is set for Oct. 14, but Bisard's attorney John Kautzman told the judge Thursday that he may file a motion asking for an earlier start date to the trial due to Bisard's bond revocation.
Bisard is scheduled to appear in Allen County Court for a pre-trial hearing on May 31.
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