George Zimmerman is questioned by police after his estranged wife called 911 on Monday, September 9 2013.
10 News has learned George Zimmerman has had a fourth run-in with the law since his July acquittal of Trayvon Martin's death.
It happened back on August 19, but we are just learning about it now.
A Florida Highway Patrol trooper pulled over Zimmerman in Brevard County, and issued him a warning, because his tag cover and windows on his truck were too darkly tinted.
READ: George Zimmerman's written warning (PDF)
Back in July, Zimmerman was pulled over for speeding in Texas. He reportedly told an officer he had a gun in his vehicle at the time. He received a verbal warning and was let go.
About two months later he was busted for speeding again, this time in Lake Mary, just outside of Sanford, Florida. Zimmerman apologized to the officer, but was still handed a $256 ticket.
His latest run-in happened just a few weeks ago, again in Lake Mary. Zimmerman was reportedly moving things from his in-laws' home in central Florida as his wife Shellie used an iPad to take video of him.
They later argued in the driveway, and Zimmerman allegedly broke the iPad and threw it on the ground. Shellie called 911, but charges were never filed.
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