George Zimmerman Arrest Report: 'He Cocked, Pointed Shotgun at Me'

By Adam Ramirez on November 19, 2013 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

George Zimmerman's arrest report for domestic violence states that he cocked and pointed a shotgun at his girlfriend and asked "[a]re you sure you want to [call the police]?"

The Seminole County Sheriff's Office police report (attached below) details what lead to Zimmerman's arrest on domestic violence and aggravated assault charges.

This is the second time in three months Zimmerman has been accused of domestic violence and threatening a woman with a gun.

Zimmerman, 30, allegedly pushed Samantha Scheibe from their Florida home at gunpoint on Monday and barricaded the door with furniture, according to the sheriff's office. The Orlando Sentinel reports that Zimmerman called 911 to blame the fight on Scheibe, 27, saying she was pregnant and had "gone crazy on [him]."

In September, Zimmerman's estranged wife accused him of pulling a gun on her during an argument, but police filed no charges.

The former Neighborhood Watch volunteer garnered national notoriety when he was acquitted of murdering 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Two weeks after he was acquitted he was pulled over (but not cited) for allegedly speeding with a gun in the car in Texas.

George Zimmerman Arrest Report: 'He Cocked, Pointed Shotgun at Me'

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