Person dead from unknown injuries after crashing into Indy convenience store

INDIANAPOLIS -- A death investigation is underway in Indianapolis after a man crashed into a convenience store and died. 

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers were called to the Village Pantry on State Avenue for a report of a vehicle into the building. 

When officers arrived they found the person who was driving the vehicle was suffering from a stab injury.  

The driver of the vehicle, later identified as James Brown, was taken to the hospital where he later died.

Candelario Vasquez, 65, has been charged for his involvement in the stabbing. 

 It is unclear how much damage the crash caused to the Village Pantry. 

The crash and the death both remain under investigation by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. 

If you have any information about the crash or the death investigation contact IMPD or Crime Stoppers at 317-262-8477. 

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