FORT WAYNE, Ind. - A key witness in the David Bisard trial turned up at a state hearing seeking pictures that have gone missing.
Mary Mills suffered serious injuries from the 2010 crash involving Indianapolis Police Officer David Bisard. She was prepared to make a plea, but it was denied.
While she was receiving medical attention after the crash, a respiratory therapist took pictures of her wounds as part of his job.
Juan Silva told RTV6 the photographs he described as graphic were on a memory stick that was stolen from his locker.
Silva said he was fired from his job for reporting the theft and calling 911.
He was called before the Respiratory Care Board to handle an unrelated license issue.
Mills was hoping to speak on his behalf and request that something be done about her pictures.
Her request was denied because regulators said it had nothing to do with Silva’s license.
Mills said she was concerned that security cameras which could have possibly shown the person who stole her pictures went dark at the time of the incident.
Mills said she wants the matter resolved.
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