U.S. marshals are looking for a man wanted in a 2009 drunk driving crash in Prince George's County that left four people dead.

Jamal Kareem Young, 30, faces four counts of vehicular manslaughter in the deaths of Joshua Murden, 26, of Bowie; Donald Jordan, 25, of Rockville; Natashia Charmae, 27; and Michael Jackson Jr., 23, of Silver Spring.

The four were killed April 18, 2009, when a Lexus sped off Muirkirk Road in Laurel and hit a tree, a utility pole and a fire hydrant. Police said alcohol and excessive speed were factors in the crash.

The Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force, or CARFTF, is asking the public for information that can lead to his arrest.

"Young seems to be a man that has zero respect for others and zero remorse for his actions," said Supervisory Inspector Matt Burke. "Young is a threat to the community and needs to answer for his alleged crimes."

He is also wanted in an unrelated 2009 assault against a woman in Prince George's County.

Young is from the Silver Spring area but also has ties to Laurel, Rockville and Riverdale.

He has a history of arrests throughout Montgomery County for burglary, assault, eluding the police, reckless driving, auto theft, probation violations, weapons offenses, drugs and resisting arrest, authorities said.

Young is listed as 6 feet tall and 175 pounds. He has tattoos on his left and right forearms.

Anyone with information should contact the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force at 301-489-1717.

Tips from readers of The Washington Examiner have led directly to the arrests of 45 fugitives, including a murder suspect from the Hampton Roads area.

Last month, an alert reader spotted a convicted kidnapper, who had been on the run for two years, staying at a resort in the mountains of Western Maryland.

CARFTF, run by the U.S. Marshals Service, is composed of 30 federal, state and local agencies from Baltimore to Norfolk.

The unit has captured more than 33,000 fugitives since its creation in 2004.