FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WISH) - Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer David Bisard has stayed quiet since crashing into motorcyclists in August 2010, but he had a rare conversation with 24-Hour News 8 on Monday as a jury deliberated his fate.
I-Team 8's Karen Hensel approached him as he stood alone in the courtroom.
He was standing at a desk, his hands on a chair looking down. When asked how he was doing, he shrugged and looked back down. She then asked how he thought Monday's closing arguments went. Bisard said, "no one wins in this." He was very serious when he said, "I just want people to know I wasn't drunk."
The jury began deliberations around 2:30 p.m. Monday.
Bisard's wife, Lora, testified in the trial, but David Bisard never took the stand.
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