INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (www.wthr.com) -- For the first time, we're seeing and hearing evidence that convinced a judge to put David Bisard back behind bars.
Bisard is the Indianapolis Metro Police officer charged with drunk driving that resulted in a fatal crash in August 2010. He was placed on bond pending a trial.
In May 2013, Bisard was arrested again for drunk driving. He will remain in custody at the Marion County Jail until his October trial.
An Allen County judge released the evidence to reporters Friday after their request at a hearing in May. Bisard's trial will take place in Allen County.
Among the evidence is the 911 call from the second arrest in May; photos of the accident scene and possible evidence taken at the scene and emails from Bisard's wife regarding treatment.
One picture shows a bottle of Dark Eyes vodka in a CVS carrier bag. Other images show how the truck drove up onto the guardrail.
That evidence stems from David Bisard's arrest in early May in Lawrence. Police say he crashed his pick-up truck into a guard rail, knocking over a stop sign. He blew a .17 on a portable breathalyzer and later at Wishard Hospital, a blood draw had him at a .22 blood alcohol level.
The crash happened while Bisard was on bond for a fatal crash in which he is charged with driving under the influence when he allegedly ran his police car into a group of motorcyclists, killing one and critically injuring two others. The evidence presented in his most recent arrest convinced a judge to revoke his bond.
Bisard's trial is set to start October 14th in Allen County Superior Court. Another hearing will take place later this month.
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