Do you remember this gun store robbery on Crawfordsville Road last month where two thieves stole 31 guns? One of those guys shown clearly on the store's surveillance cameras is 16-year old Simeon "Red" Adams, a boy who had been taken into police custody over the past nine months for multiple crimes, including possession of stolen firearms. Adams had two gun arrests in October and December of last year for possession of stolen firearms. The October arrest happened after Adams and a friend were stopped by police while zipping around on a scooter near 29th & Harding. Two months later, a woman's car was stolen at a Sunoco gas station on MLK Drive while she was filling it up with gas. When her car was recovered, Adams was found nearby with a stolen gun and marijuana. Last summer, he was arrested for stealing a flat screen TV from a home that had just been burglarized. Adams was caught carrying the flat screen TV while wearing latex gloves. Before all of that happened, he was caught in a stolen car last July and released to his father without any charges being filed against him. This video of the robbery of CNC Midwestern Firearms on Crawfordsville Road occurred on March 22. Adams and an accomplice stole 31 weapons valued at $13,000. On March 30, Adams shot Erick Douglas twice during an altercation outside a business in the 2900 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. Adams used the same handgun he used on Douglas to fatally shoot Trapuzzano two days later. Police found Adams with a gunshot wound to his neck 17 hours after he shot Trapuzzano at a residence on West 35th Street, which had been the scene of another shooting only a week earlier. To top it off, the Rev. Charles Harrison of the Ten Points Coalition tells WRTV that he chased Adams and a group of teens out of a gas station parking lot the day before he gunned down Nathan Trapuzzano. Harrison claims he called 911 to report that the teens were armed with guns. IMPD and Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry owe an explanation to the Trapuzzano family as to why they seemingly kept foisting this thug on Indianapolis' streets to terrorize Indianapolis residents. They've had intimate knowledge of this kid's criminal activities for months and deliberately allowed him to freely roam the streets of Indianapolis to commit increasingly more serious crimes that led up to Trapuzzano's senseless murder. When is the media going to put Chief Rick Hite and Marion Co. Prosecutor Terry Curry on the hot seat and start asking some tough questions of their handling of this serial, repeat offender instead of patting them on the back for a job well done? And where was the Department of Child Services each time this juvenile was picked up by police for committing crimes while he obviously lacked any parental supervision? Lots of questions needing answers here, folks. Demand that we get them.