September 26, 2013 9:00 pm -

George Zimmerman isn’t exactly keeping a low profile now that he’s been acquitted in the death of Trayvon Martin. He seems to attract attention from the law like honey attracts bees.

Zimmerman was stopped by Florida Highway Patrol troopers in Brevard County on August 19 just after 11am.

He received a written warning for having an improper tag display on his Honda truck and was told the window’s excessive tint needed to be corrected.

He told the trooper he installed it after he was acquitted because he had been receiving death threats.

FHP’s dash camera video, obtained by Local 6, was also rolling during Zimmerman’s traffic stop on southbound Interstate 95. He did not get out of the vehicle.

Since being acquitted for the murder of Trayvon Martin in July, Zimmerman has been pulled over twice prior to this for speeding – once in Texas and once in Lake Mary.

He was let off with a warning in the Texas incident and fined $256 in the latter.