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Indy officer in '10 fatal crash moved to Allen County

David Bisard arrives at Marion Superior Court in Indianapolis Wednesday, May 1, 2013, for a hearing on misdemeanor counts of drunken driving. The judge suspended the Indianapolis police officer's driver's license and Bisard is jailed without bond until a hearing next week on a 2010 crash in which he faces reckless homicide and other charges. (Photo By The Associated Press)
David Bisard arrives at Marion Superior Court in Indianapolis Wednesday, May 1, 2013, for a hearing on misdemeanor counts of drunken driving. The judge suspended the Indianapolis police officer's driver's license and Bisard is jailed without bond until a hearing next week on a 2010 crash in which he faces reckless homicide and other charges. (Photo By The Associated Press)
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Tuesday, May 07, 2013 08:04 am
INDIANAPOLIS — A suspended Indianapolis police officer facing reckless homicide and other charges for a 2010 crash that killed a motorcyclist and injured two others has been moved to a jail in Fort Wayne.

Officer David Bisard was moved Monday to the Allen County Jail from the Marion County Jail in Indianapolis. He's due to go before an Allen County judge Thursday for a bond revocation hearing following a recent drunken driving arrest in Indianapolis.

The 2010 case was moved to Allen County because of pretrial publicity in the case in central Indiana. Bisard's currently scheduled to go to trial in October for the 2010 crash in which he drove his patrol car into two motorcycles stopped at a light, killing one man and seriously injuring two other people.

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