The man accused in last week's crash that killed a North Las Vegas teenager had his first blood test come back as more than 3 times the legal limit.
Anthony Lauria's blood alcohol content result was .292. Lauria made his first appearance in court via video conference in North Las Vegas Justice Court.
Lauria is charged with driving under the influence and leaving the scene of the crime in the hit-and-run death of 16-year-old Bobbie Grayson. She was hit on Tuesday near Lone Mountain Road and North Fifth Street.
His bail was set for $400,000. The prosecutor tried to get bail set at $1 million.
The prosecutor also said in court that Lauria texted his girlfriend after he hit Grayson and said he narrowly missed getting another DUI.
"So he was, although he was extremely intoxicated, he was well aware of what he was doing," the prosecutor said.
Grayson's mother and father were in court for Monday's hearing.
"She never got married, she never had kids and she's never even owned a car -- which she would have gotten on graduation day. We planned that," said her mother, Kathy Cagel. "Now she gets nothing."
She added that she was "supposed to go first" and that she's now burying her daughter.