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Judge Allows Second Vial Of Blood To Be Used In David Bisard Case

Last updated on Friday, April 13, 2012

(INDIANAPOLIS) - A Marion County judge ruled Thursday the second vial of blood in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer David Bisard case could be used.

In February, the Marion County Prosecutor's Office filed a motion, asking that the second vial of blood evidence to be tested in the reckless homicide case against Bisard.

Bisard is accused of crashing his squad car into a group of motorcyclists on Aug.6, 2010, killing Eric Wells and severely injuring both Mary Mills and Kurt Weekly.

Bisard was initially charged with DUI, but the charge was dropped on a technicality. Two vials of blood were taken after the crash. The first vial showed a 0.19 percent alcohol content but a judge ruled to dismiss that evidence in DUI charges against Bisard, saying the test was not done correctly.

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