Acquitted of murder after shooting and killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2012, George Zimmerman is moving on with his life — by working at a Florida motorcycle shop that also specializes in selling firearms.
According to a new report, Zimmerman, 30, is now working as a security guard at Pompano Pat’s in DeLand, Florida.
This is the same gun and ammunition shop that sent a letter to Zimmerman’s attorney last year offering him a free gun after hearing that he could not obtain his Kel-Tec PF-9 from authorities, ClickOrlando reported.
It was discovered Zimmerman was guarding the shop just after midnight early Monday morning when a police officer found the former neighborhood watch crusader inside the store.
Zimmerman reportedly told the officer “he was watching the business due to a recent burglary” for his friend, the store’s owner, Pat Johnson.
But Johnson told WKMG Local 6 that he did not hire Zimmerman, he’s just volunteering by patrolling the shop.
As Radar previously reported, Zimmerman was at the center of a racially-charged case after killing the unarmed teenager.