The Judge for Marion County’s Juvenile Courts says she’s seen a sharp increase in armed robberies involving minors and she is not very optimistic that things will get better this summer in Indianapolis.
Indy Politics spoke with Judge Marilyn Moores. You can hear her comments in the Leon-Tailored Audio above. It runs about 15 minutes.
Moores says the juvenile offenders are carrying weapons that many of them say they need for protection, but they also coming from broken homes and third and fourth generations of families impacted by poverty.