Source: Yamiche Alcindor / USA Today
George Zimmerman won’t face charges anytime soon in connection with a dispute he had with his estranged wife and his father-in-law, police in Lake Mary, Fla., said Wednesday.
On Monday, Shellie Zimmerman told a 911 dispatcher that her husband smashed an iPad she was holding, struck her father in the nose and threatened both father and daughter while putting a hand on a gun. After police arrived, she decided not to press charges against her husband, who was acquitted in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in July. Now, police say they can’t get to possible video of the fight that might be on the iPad.
“The iPad is in really bad shape,” said officer Zach Hudson, a spokesman for the Lake Mary Police Department. “At this point, we do not have the tools available to effectively look at the video on the iPad.”
He added that there was also some “chip damage” to the device and that officials think information from the device could be inaccessible for a long time.
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