Former Indianapolis police officer David Bisard’s troubles with the law aren’t over yet.
Bisard, 39, was sentenced Tuesday to 16 years — with three years suspended — in a 2010 drunken-driving crash that killed a motorcyclist and seriously injured two others.
Now, Marion County Deputy Prosecutor Denise Robinson said the state is moving forward with another drunken-driving case against Bisard that could add up to a year of jail time.
“That case will not go away,” Robinson said. “The next step is a pretrial hearing on Dec. 17 where he will either plead guilty or it will be set for trial.”
The second drunken-driving charge was filed following Bisard’s arrest in April, when a test revealed his blood alcohol level was .