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September 11, 2013

Police report: Zimmerman took photos at house

LAKE MARY, Fla. — A police report says George Zimmerman was taking photos of his wife removing belongings from the house they had shared in the moments before a domestic dispute that now has investigators contemplating whether to file criminal charges.

Shellie Zimmerman, who recently filed for divorce, says in a police report released Wednesday that Zimmerman showed up at the house while she was removing belongings, stuck his arm inside her father's truck parked outside the house and then locked the front door to the house.

Shellie Zimmerman says she recorded the dispute on her iPad before George Zimmerman smashed the device.

Investigators are hoping video from the iPad will allow them to determine if charges should be filed. A police spokesman said Wednesday that it could be some time before the video is extracted from the shattered iPad.

 

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