George Zimmerman Had Five Guns, 100 Rounds Of Ammo When Arrested

George Zimmerman's luck doesn't seem to be changing much since his acquittal in Florida. Court documents reveal that he had five guns and over 100 rounds of ammunition with him when he was arrested on domestic violence charges last week.

According to ABC News, a search warrant made public by the Seminole County court clerk Tuesday verified that Zimmerman had a 12-gauge shotgun, an AR-15 assault rifle, and three handguns when he was arrested on November 18 at his girlfriend's house. Zimmerman was arrested after allegedly pointing a shotgun at this girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe, during an argument.

The Inquisitr revealed excerpts from the 911 call that captured part of the commotion: Scheibe: "He's inside my house breaking all my (things) because I asked him to leave."

She is then reportedly recorded saying the following to Zimmerman: "I'm doing this again? You just broke my glass table. You just broke my sunglasses and you put your gun in my freaking face and told me to get the (expletive) out."

Zimmerman appeared in court on November 19. The judge set his bond at $9,000, and told Zimmerman that he had to surrender all of his guns and wear an electronic monitoring device.

According to The Inquisitr, Zimmerman is now facing a felony charge of aggravated assault and the lesser charges of battery, domestic violence, and criminal mischief.

ABC News reports that the search warrant stated there were two different versions of what really happened.

"Scheibe said she was going to call police. That's when Zimmerman pointed the shotgun at her and asked if "she really wanted to do that," the warrant says. Scheibe said Zimmerman pushed her out of the house while she was dialing 911 and locked the door, barricading it with furniture and other items. The search warrant says Zimmerman told deputies a different version of events. He said that Scheibe and he had agreed to separate and that he was planning to move to Texas. But as he gathered his belongings, Zimmerman said Scheibe became upset and threw a handgun and the shotgun on the floor."
Fox News said that Zimmerman's weapons were locked in a soft-sided case with a combination lock when deputies arrived on the scene. According to the warrant, the three handguns included a Glock 19, a Taurus 9mm, and an Interarms.380.

George Zimmerman seems to be finding himself in trouble more than out of trouble in recent times. His arraignment will be on January 7, 2014.