Habitual offender George Zimmerman is facing charges, once again.
New York Daily News reports that Zimmerman has been charged with stalking private investigator Dennis Warren, according to the Brevard and Seminole State Attorney’s Office.
He threatened and harassed private investigator Dennis Warren in December 2017, according to the Brevard and Seminole State Attorney’s Office.
The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office conducted an investigation into the allegations and notified the state attorney’s office of its findings on March 14, prosecutors said.
Zimmerman, 34, repeatedly followed and cyberstalked Warren on or between Dec. 16 and Dec. 25, prosecutors said.
Warren said Zimmerman began contacting him on Dec. 17, saying he received 21 phone calls, 38 text messages, and seven voicemails in a span of just over two hours. One of the voicemails allegedly said, “Answer your phone, [expletive]” and “I’ll see you before you realize it.”
Warren contacted the sheriff’s office and said he was concerned for his safety, along with his family’s.
When a deputy advised Warren to respond and ask Zimmerman to stop the communication or Warren would involve law enforcement, Zimmerman allegedly refused and continued the texts. Zimmerman allegedly texted a link to an article in which he was quoted as saying, “I know how to handle people who [expletive] with me, I have since February 2012” and “Anyone who [expletive] with my parents will be fed to an alligator.”
In July 2013, Zimmerman was found not guilty in the shooting death of Travon Martin. Since that time he’s has been charged with numerous criminal offenses including assault and battery.
Zimmerman’s arraignment is scheduled for May 30.