David Bisard Resigns as Police Officer
It’s been over three years now since former police officer, David Bisard, was arrested on drunk driving charges after causing an accident that killed one person and left two others severely injured.
The Marion County Prosecutor, Terry Curry, reminds us that “This act was committed while serving as a police officer on active duty. Everyone will agree this is conduct we cannot ignore.”
David Bisard was convicted of drunk driving and reckless driving, both while on-duty, and while responding to a non-emergency police call. He was speeding at the time of the accident that killed Eric Wells, and critically injured Mary Mills and Kury Weekly.
It was later discovered that Bisard’s intoxication levels were at .19, more than double the legal limit of .08.
According to News Channel 13, David Bisard officially resigned as an Indianapolis Police Officer early last week. As a result of his resignation, the city’s Merit Board meeting to decide on his termination outcome is no longer needed. His resignation is now complete, and we should soon be hearing how long this man will spend in prison for the injuries he caused.
If you have been the victim of a drunk driver’s recklessness, don’t hesitate to call the accident injury lawyers of Wagner Reese for assistance. We are here for you and can help you fight back to get the justice you deserve.