George Zimmerman won’t face criminal charges in connection with a dispute last month with his estranged wife and a dispute over some items missing from his in-laws’ home.
Officer Zach Hudson said Wednesday that investigators had concluded the domestic dispute didn’t rise to criminal charges.
Shellie Zimmerman told police that her husband had made threatening remarks toward her about having a gun about a week after she filed for divorce.
She also said her estranged husband had punched her father in the nose and smashed her iPad in the Sept. 9 incident at a Lake Mary, Florida, home owned by Shellie Zimmerman’s parents.
Her parents had later accused George Zimmerman of taking a flat-screen television worth $2,800, leather theater seats worth $3,000, a king-sized bed and some other items from the home he and Shellie Zimmerman had rented while he stood trial for second-degree murder and manslaughter.
Investigators did not file charges in that case, either.0