The man accused of driving drunk when he caused the crash that killed three people is now charged with second degree murder.

Anthony Saccone, 30, was in court to answer to that charge and others Monday morning.

Saccone faces nine counts including reckless driving following the crash. Court documents say Saccone was driving with a .18 blood alcohol content and allegedly had cocaine in his system.

Authorities say Saccone was traveling 86 miles per hour when he ran a red light and hit the victims' car in the early hours of February 23. Family and friends of the three victims -- 18-year-old Michael Walker, 19-year-old Baylie Rose and 20-year-old Samra Osmanovic -- were present in the courtroom to show their support.

Bail for Saccone has been set for $1 million cash, $2 million bond. The trial is expected to begin in October.