(INDIANAPOLIS) - Former Indianapolis police officer David Bisard pleaded guilty Wednesday in a case stemming from his second DUI arrest, but he won't serve any additional time behind bars.
Bisard was arrested on April 27, 2013, after crashing his truck into a guardrail in Lawrence. Police found an open bottle of vodka in his truck.
Bisard reportedly tested at .22-percent BAC the day of the crash.
He was sentenced to a year in jail for the offense after pleading guilty, but the sentence was suspended.
Bisard was found guilty last year in a trial, which determined he was drunk when he crashed his patrol car into a group of motorcyclists in 2010, killing Eric Wells and gravely injuring Mary Mills and Kurt Weekly. He was sentenced to 13 years in prison for the crash.
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