SALT LAKE CITY -- An Ogden man who died while under Dewey MacKay's care was so medicated in his final days he rarely left his room on weekends, his family testified Tuesday.From 1999 to 2006, Dave Wirick saw MacKay on a monthly basis. He is one of 12 people the Brigham City doctor is accused of providing narcotic painkillers to for no legitimate reason. An ATK engineer, Wirick died in his home of a drug overdose on May 6, 2006.MacKay, 64, is charged with 86 counts of felony drug distribution. The doctor is accused of prescribing more than 1.9 million pills of hydrocodone and nearly 1.6 million pills of oxycodone between June 1, 2005 and Oct. 30, 2009. From 2005 to February 2007, MacKay saw 100 to 120 patients every eight-hour workday, doing little but filling out prescriptions, according to a federal grand jury indictment handed down a year ago.