George Zimmerman Arrested Following ‘Disturbance’ Call


George Zimmerman, who was acquitted this summer of murdering unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, has been arrested in Apopka, Fl after deputies responded to a “disturbance call”. The disturbance was at a residence on Topfield Court in unincorporated Apopka, although authorities haven’t said what exactly happened.

According to WESH:

George Zimmerman has been arrested in a domestic dispute involving his girlfriend and booked in the Seminole County Jail, law enforcement said.

He was arrested at about 1 p.m. Monday at his girlfriend’s home on Topfield Court in Apopka following a 911 call. Neighbors told WESH 2 News that they didn’t know the woman was dating Zimmerman, and they thought the man might have been an undercover cop because he walked around like an officer.

Neighbors said his truck had been parked in the neighborhood for about a month.

Zimmerman will be held in jail until his first appearance in front of a judge, which will take place within 24 hours after his arrest. He will not be represented by Mark O’Mara, his attorney during his murder trial.

Zimmerman was found not guilty of second-degree murder in the death of Trayvon Martin in July.

He was involved in a domestic dispute involving his wife, Shellie Zimmerman, and her father in September, but he will not face charges in that incident.



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