4 testify they saw no signs Bisard was drinking

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

FORT WAYNE, Ind. Two paramedics and two police officers who talked to an Indianapolis police officer immediately after he crashed his squad car into two motorcycles, killing one and seriously injuring two others, testified that he appeared sober.

The Indianapolis Star reports the four said Thursday they saw no signs David Bisard had been drinking. Bisard is facing nine charges. The most serious charge is driving and causing death with a blood-alcohol content of 0.15 percent or higher.

Also testifying Thursday were Luisa Montilla, the widow of 30-year-old Eric Wells, and the two injured bikers. Montilla cried as she described how she declined to go to lunch with her husband the day of the accident.

The case is being tried in Allen County because of extensive media coverage.

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