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The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office released evidence photos to Nancy Grace Monday showing the stash of firearms and ammunition police found in George Zimmerman’s home during their response to last November’s domestic dispute between Zimmerman and his girlfriend.
Zimmerman had been accused of aggravated assault and misdemeanor counts of domestic violence battery and criminal mischief. He was arrested after a heated fight at girlfriend Samantha Scheibe’s residence in Apopka, Florida, November 18. Scheibe told police that, during the incident, Zimmerman broke a glass table top with a shotgun and then pointed it at her “for a minute,” according to a police report filed after the fight.
Scheibe, however, filed court documents in December asking for the no-contact provision of Zimmerman's bond to be voided so the couple could "talk and be together."
In a signed affidavit, Scheibe reversed her story, saying Zimmerman “never pointed a gun at or toward my face in a threatening manner." She also claimed she was misinterpreted by police.
As a result, the domestic violence charges against Zimmerman were dropped.
According to court documents, the following weapons were found hidden in Zimmerman’s home when police responded to the dispute call:
One Kel-Tec 12-gauge shotgun
One Walther .380 handgun with seven rounds of live ammunition in the magazine
One Taurus 9 mm handgun with live rounds in the magazine
One Glock 19 handgun with 16 live rounds
One AR-15 semi-automatic rifle
Dozens of rounds of ammunition
Several gun holsters and bags
The police report states some of the guns were loaded.
Authorities originally seized the weapons and ammunition, however, they were returned to Zimmerman after his girlfriend dropped the charges against him.