By Danielle Chavira

LONGMONT, Colo. (CBS4) – Longmont police identified the 37-year-old man accused of driving a stolen vehicle and causing a deadly crash on Oct. 28. James Kramer faces multiple charges including first degree murder.

(credit: CBS)

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Police say Kramer was arrested after he was released from the hospital. Officers responded to the area near 9th Avenue and Pace Street for a report of a stolen vehicle.

Kramer allegedly sped away from officers, but officers did not chase him, they say. The suspect later crashed broadside into a vehicle with a 93-year-old driver inside. That victim died.

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A previous mugshot of James Kramer (credit: Longmont Police)

Kramer is also suspected of hitting another vehicle with a 62-year-old Uber driver and a 19-year-old passenger. Both were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.

Police say Kramer had 10 other outstanding warrants for his arrest.

The 93-year-old victim has not been officially identified.

Danielle Chavira