Evansville Police are looking for a man they say is connected to this weekend's carjacking and police chase. It started early Saturday morning on Covert and Vann after an incident at Ginny's Place. We now know the name of the suspect police say forced a man to drive at gunpoint, its 20 year old Malcom Payton. As new details continue to surface, EPD says the three men involved knew each other. Now, it's crucial to put the missing suspect behind bars. EPD Sergeant Jason Cullum says the driver, Isaac Hooker picked up Darius Happoldt and Malcom Payton Saturday and they had large duffel bags full of marijuana. Although EPD never blames a victim, Cullum says putting yourself in dangerous situations can result in dangerous consequences. Payton has five felony warrants and Cullum says he's armed. A ruthless man police say our streets are better off without. Darius Happoldt was arrested on scene and charged with carjacking, criminal confinement and other charges. He's due in court Wednesday morning. The driver faces no charges at this time. Detectives are encouraging anyone who knows anything about Payton or where he is to contact police.