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Tried to replicate your issue and was unsuccessful. The best I could do was double click the image and move it within its own plane, no jumping of planes.
having the picture visiable and clicking on it and draging while working on another sketch will do what you say. I have found to to be able to move the picture back to the original sketch you have to move the feature below the sketch that contains the picture and then edit the sketch and click and drag the picture back to the original sketch.
I find that I do this most often when trying to drag to hilight an area to delete mutiple lines, from the sketch that i am working on when zoomed in to the specific area that I am working on. It would be nice if the picture was visiable and would not move. Why it moves I do not know.
Works best with 2 sketches! first on is the pic, sized and placed where you want it.
then start the new sketch and do the sketches you want, you wont have to worry about moving the pic. think of the sketch you are working on as a piece of tracing paper.
then all you have to do is hide the first sketch or stick it in its own folder and name it don't touch/delete design picture.