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Florida police called twice in 2 days for George Zimmerman's road rage

Zimmerman allegedly followed the man, threatened to kill him and staked him out at work.

By Matt Bradwell
Florida police called twice in 2 days for George Zimmerman's road rage
George Zimmerman. UPI/Joe Burbank/Pool | License Photo

LAKE MARY, Fla., Sept. 12 (UPI) -- A man in Florida called 911 twice in two days after Trayvon Martin killer George Zimmerman allegedly repeatedly harassed him following a road rage incident on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, Lake County Police received a call from a man saying he was involved in a road rage incident with Zimmerman in which Zimmerman threatened to kill him.

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On Wednesday, the same man called police again, this time reporting that Zimmerman was waiting for him when he arrived at work and now he feared for his life.

Zimmerman admitted to Lake County police that he and the anonymous man had a confrontational exchange.

Zimmerman has been no stranger to Florida law enforcement since being acquitted of murdering Martin. In July 2013, Zimmerman's estranged wife told police he threatened both her and her father, but later declined to press charges. The following November, Zimmerman's girlfriend called police, claiming he pointed a shotgun at her. Zimmerman was arrested, but his girlfriend filed an affidavit countering her initial statement, saying the police misunderstood her and all charges should be dropped.

The man involved in the road incident is also declining to press changes.

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