Prosecutors: Man Accused of Hitting, Killing Auburn Teens Refilled Ambien Prescription Earlier in the Day

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ROSEVILLE--

For the second time in three days a judge has denied bail for Philip Ingram.

Ingram is charged with multiple counts of vehicular manslaughter as well as DUI, after investigators says he hit and killed Trevor Keller and Jared Gaches, both 15, Sunday evening as the Placer High freshmen were walking in the side of Highway 49 in Auburn.

Supervising District Attorney Doug Van Breemen told the judge in court Thursday morning that investigators found Ambien and central nervous system pills in Ingram's pocket following the crash.

Van Breemen added police had to stop the field sobriety test twice because Ingram kept falling down, and that about five Ambien pills were missing when detectives found a bottle of the sleep aid at his home that he apparently refilled a prescription for the day of the crash.

"It's really hard. Lots of pain," Jared Gaches father, Todd, told FOX40 after court.

The crowd cheered when Judge Alan Pineschi declared bail would not be allowed.

Ingram will be back in court on Tuesday, April 19 for his preliminary trial.