Simeon Adams pleads guilty in shooting prior to Trapuzzano murder

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A teen convicted of murdering an expectant father has pleaded guilty to other charges against him.

Simeon Adams pleaded guilty Thursday to aggravated robbery and carrying a handgun without a license.

An attempted murder charge was dropped.

He will be sentenced on October 9.

Adams was previously sentenced to 55 years for murdering expectant father Nathan Trapuzzano in April 2014.

The charges today do not involved the Trapuzzano case, but rather involve an altercation outside a business a few days before Trapuzzano’s death.

Prosecutors say Adams shot a man twice outside a business on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street.

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