The triggerman acquitted of murder in the Feb. 2012 shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, police in Lake Mary, Fla. said, was involved in a road rage incident this week in which he threatened a man’s life, then showed up at the man’s work days later.
According to Orlando’s WKMG Local 6, a man (who has not been publicly identified) told police that he was driving in Lake Mary Tuesday when Zimmerman pulled alongside him in a truck and shouted, "Why are you pointing a finger at me?"
The man (who recognized the ex-murder suspect) drove into the parking lot of a nearby Circle K and called 911 to report the incident, police spokeswoman Bianca Gillett told the station; Zimmerman then pulled into the parking lot — with gun in hand — and asked the man, "Do you know who I am? I'll f*cking kill you!”
Zimmerman, 30, showed up at the man’s workplace Thursday and lurked outside in his truck, the man told police.
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It’s the latest in a series of incidents involving the notorious Zimmerman, who had two run-ins with the police in 2013; one in which his estranged wife Shellie claimed he threatened her and her father; and another in which his girlfriend Samantha Schiebe accused him of domestic violence, leading to his arrest (although she dropped charges and amended her statements afterwards).