Prosecutors file motion to revoke bond for David Bisard

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Suspended Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer David Bisard will not be released from jail Monday afternoon.

The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office has filed a motion to hold Bisard in custody as a result of his DUI arrest over the weekend.  He was arrested Saturday by Lawrence police, after crashing his truck in the Geist area.

Authorities said Bisard had a .17 BAC.  The suspended officer currently faces reckless homicide charges for a 2010 fatal crash on Indianapolis’ northeast side that killed motorcyclist Eric Well and injured two others, after his patrol car plowed into them at a stoplight.

Now, the prosecutor’s office has filed a motion with Allen County Judge John Surbeck to revoke Bisard’s bond in that case.  The case has been moved to Ft. Wayne due to pre-trial publicity.

Meanwhile, Bisard remains in the Marion County Jail, pending a hearing for his recent drunk driving arrest.