A Maine college student has been indicted on charges of manslaughter and operating under the influence in connection with a 2022 car crash that killed four people, including a recent Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School graduate.

Joshua Goncalves-Radding, a 20-year-old student at Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine, was indicted on 17 charges by a Hancock County, Maine grand jury Friday.

Maine state police say Mr. Goncalves-Radding was driving back to campus at about 2 a.m. on Dec. 10, 2022, when his Range Rover went off the road, killing four classmates who were in the vehicle, including Aquinnah resident Riley Ignacio-Cameron.

Mr. Ignacio-Cameron graduated from the regional high school in 2020. Maine Maritime classmates Brian Kenealy, Chase Fossett and Luke Simpson, all from Maine, also died in the crash.

The Maine grand jury indicted Mr. Goncalves-Radding, of North Babylon, N.Y., on four counts of manslaughter, five counts of criminal operating under the influence, two counts of reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon, three counts of driving to endanger, criminal speed, forgery and unlawful use of a license.

Mr. Goncalves-Radding and two other Maine Maritime students survived the crash on Route 166 in the small coastal town. The vehicle hit a tree and burst into flames, according to police.

In a vigil after the crash, academy officials said Mr. Ignacio-Cameron had transferred to the school and had a bright future ahead of him.