MIAMI (AP) - The Miami man killed in a shootout with police that left two officers dead had a long criminal history that began when he was just 14. Criminal arrest records show that 22-year-old Johnny Simms was what police call a career criminal. He'd been arrested for cocaine and marijuana trafficking, burglary, car theft and armed robbery. He was arrested 11 times as a juvenile. State prison records show Simms finally went to prison in 2007 for grand theft and robbery convictions, getting out on probation in February 2009. He was imprisoned again in August 2010 and released several weeks later. In October, Simms was accused of killing a man over remarks he made to Simms' sister. Thursday's violent confrontation happened when police came to arrest him.