A Beaverton, Ore. man accused of driving drunk and causing a Sunday night crash that killed a 3-month-old boy made his first appearance Monday morning in Clark County Superior Court.Judge Rich Melnick set bail at $200,000 for Christopher A. Roman, 26, and appointed attorney Clark Fridley to represent him.Arraignment was set for Sept. 2. Roman is being held in jail on suspicion of vehicular homicide.Deputy Prosecutor Mike Dodds, in requesting the bail amount, told the judge that Roman was intoxicated and driving at a high speed when he lost control of his Acura and hit another Acura on the side of Interstate 5. Roman’s Acura first hit a median barrier before striking the disabled car.The crash occurred at about 9:30 p.m. in a northbound lane near the Main Street exit.The baby’s parents, Terra Pina, 21, and Angel Pena, 23, (authorities said their names are spelled differently) were stopped on the left shoulder to fix a flat tire, Dodds said. The infant, Gabriel, was inside the disabled car. He died at the scene, according to the Washington State Patrol.KATU-TV reported that the family was driving back from a camping trip when the crash occurred.Dodds said prior to the crash Roman was seen passing cars and swerving all over the road.Pina, of Burien, the driver of the disabled car, suffered neck and back pain. Pena, of Kent, sustained a head laceration and a leg injury.Both have been treated and released from PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center.A machine operator in Hillsboro, Ore., Roman was convicted of drunken driving in 2005 in San Jose, Calif., according to court documents. Despite the conviction, a family friend of Roman’s told reporters outside the courtroom that she didn’t view him as a lawbreaker.