EPPING, N.H. — A 26-year-old New Hampshire man is facing charges of negligent homicide and operating while a habitual offender for allegedly being drunk in a crash that killed a friend.

A grand jury has indicted Scott Currier of Epping in connection with a Jan. 8 crash in his hometown that killed 25-year-old Joshua Pratt of Newmarket.

Police say Currier drunk and driving too fast when he lost control of his car, causing it to crash and roll over, killing Pratt. Three other passengers received minor injuries.

The Portsmouth Herald reported that Currier will be arraigned later this month. He’s being held at the Rockingham County House of Corrections.