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FOX’s Chris Hoenig has the details on the Waukesha County DA’s decision to drop the case:
This is FOX’s Chris Hoenig:
A former Waukesha County sheriff’s officer will no longer face charges in connection with the shooting death of another police officer in February.
Former officer David Bisard has now been released from jail.
Prosecutors dropped all the charges against him today…after he asked to be dismissed.
The charges to Bisard were:
Six counts of reckless homicide.
Torment of a child.
And the a count of harming government buildings
As FOX News Radio’s Lisa Brady reports from Waukesha, Wisconsin:
(Brady) “The decision by the Waukesha County DA’s office to drop all charges against David Bisard was met with huge applause from his attorney,” says Kim Williams.
Bisard’s attorney, Kim Williams, says the DUI charge was dropped because the police were wrong when they said they knew he had been drinking. But as FOX-4’s Courtney Kealy reports in Manitowoc, Wisconsin:
(Kealy) “Bisard did have a blood alcohol content over the legal limit, though, though, a 0.19% for the driver.”
The deal was made after the families of the victims were consulted about the decision.
In Waukesha, Wisconsin, Courtney Kealy, FOX News Radio.
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