George Zimmerman, far right, is escorted to a home by a Lake Mary police officer, center, and Shawn Vincent, as assistant to his attorney, Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, in Lake Mary, Florida, after a domestic incident in the neighborhood where Zimmerman and his wife Shellie had lived during his murder trial.
Lake Mary, Florida (WKMG) -- Lake Mary police tell Orlando news station Local 6 they have decided to attempt to extract the video from Shellie Zimmerman's shattered iPad in the investigation into a domestic dispute between her and George.
Officer Zach Hudson said on Friday the department has decided to get the video extracted from the iPad and has sent the pieces off for a forensics lab to try to get the video that Shellie shot of the fight.
The iPad was key evidence on if George Zimmerman assaulted Shellie Zimmerman, as she claimed, or if Shellie hit George with the iPad, as he claimed.
The device was severely damaged in the incident at the Lake Mary home, owned by Shellie's parents, and officials believe there is only a 5 percent chance they'll be able to access the video.
Last week, Hudson said they were unsure if the department would pursue getting the video for a misdemeanor charge.
The domestic incident came days after Shellie filed for divorce and discussed her relationship with George during a TV interview.
Since being acquitted in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman has been pulled over twice for speeding and once for illegally tinted windows.
The same home where the incident occurred was also reported to be broken into on Thursday. George and Shellie Zimmerman both lived there at one time before their split.
Lake Mary is located about 20 miles north of Orlando and five miles southwest of Sanford, where Zimmerman fatally shot Martin.