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George Zimmerman's girlfriend Samantha Scheibe lost it after he allegedly pointed a shotgun at her face and broke a bunch of her stuff on Monday.

Scheibe's dramatic 911 call - placed before Zimmerman was arrested for the domestic dispute - can be heard below. She was clearly pretty freaked:

Scheibe says Zimmerman pointed a DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN at her and shoved her out of the house. The Seminole County Sheriff corroborates this.

She called 911 in middle of their argument, shouting at the dispatcher while yelling at Zimmerman. Then, once police arrived, George placed his own 911 call.

At that point, Zimmerman says his girlfriend is "going crazy" and is PREGNANT with their child. He says he called 911 so ... everyone would know the truth.

If that sounds strange, the call itself is even more so:

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Shauna Justice, a Volusia County 911 dispatcher, was arrested after pulling a gun on the reporter who showed up at her home to ask about Justice's recent suspension.

Yes, this story takes place in Florida, but who did Justice think she was? George Zimmerman?

Justice was suspended from her position as a 911 dispatcher for using her cell phone at work while a trainee in her charge gave paramedics an incorrect address which resulted in the death of an Ormond Beach man.

When Shauna Justice refused to speak to the media about the incident, WESH reporter Claire Metz decided to pay Justice a visit.

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Mary Jaggers, a 58-year-old Florida woman, was arrested after allegedly calling 911 to report that there was too much drinking going on at her local bar.

Best of all? This was not a one-off occurrence.

Jaggers called dispatchers six times, reports indicate, to alert them to the stunning presence of intoxicated individuals at Artie's Sportsman Lounge in Hollywood, Fla.

She wanted all the bar patrons arrested, too.

Officers eventually arrested Jaggers for misusing the 911 system. During their investigation, they found hydrocodone and charged her with drug possession.

Which may explain a lot, come to think of it.

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Stephen Trevor Chapman, a 22-year-old Arizona man, has been arrested after he was shot by a furious husband who found him in bed with his wife.

The husband is 68. The wife is 63. He reportedly discovered her sleeping with Chapman when he went to check on his wife about 1 a.m. on Saturday.

The elderly man, who suffers from Parkinson's Disease, says he fell asleep inside his home in the retiree community of Saddlebrooke, Ariz., near Tuscon.

When he went to his guesthouse to check on his wife, he found her and Chapman together, police say, and began to poke Chapman with his cane.

Chapman allegedly bounded out of bed and lunged at the man, screamed at him and refused to leave, at which point the homeowner fired a warning shot.

One pellet from the .410-caliber pistol shot struck Chapman in the hand, and the confused homeowner proceeded to make the saddest 911 call ever.

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A Billings, Montana woman was charged with felony DUI after becoming so intoxicated that she had to call 911 to get out of the car, the Billings Gazette reports.

Maybe a sign you shouldn't be driving. Maybe.

Carol Frances Omeara Mug Shot

Carol Frances Omeara, 55, made an initial appearance in Yellowstone County Justice Court Wednesday. She remained jailed as of Thursday on $3,000 bond.

Omeara was arrested Tuesday after a 911 call in which she said she couldn't get out of her vehicle. The dispatcher asked if she was having medical or mechanical issues.

Court records indicate the caller replied she was too drunk, and she wasn't kidding. Prosecutors say Omeara's blood-alcohol level was 0.311 percent.

Point three-one-one percent!

That's 3-4 times the legal limit at which a driver is considered legally intoxicated. Sadly but not surprisingly, records say Omeara has three previous DUIs.

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We suppose this is better than calling 911 because McDonald's messed up your order. Or because you need a pen.

But not by much.

Alex Billington, a movie critic for the website Firstshowing.net, called the authorities from inside a theater at the Toronto Film Festival this week because a fellow attendee was pointing his cell phone at the screen for over 10 minutes.

"I thought I might be witnessing an act of piracy ... and wished to report it to the proper authorities," Billington told BuzzFeed. "The call made was to report an act of piracy in progress, a major crime that many signs around TIFF remind people is a punishable offense.

"I simply requested that an officer confront and confirm that he was not pirating."

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George Zimmerman has been released from custody following Monday's allegedly heated dispute with his sobbing, estranged wife Shellie, who called 911.

On the phone with dispatchers, Shellie Zimmerman claimed that her spouse was threatening her and her father with a gun and that feared for her life.

Local police converged on the home in the Orlando, Fla., suburb of Lake Mary and held George Zimmerman in custody, though he was not arrested.

After speaking to her attorney, Shellie changed her story.

She said she never saw a gun and that she and her father, whom she said Zimmerman had punched in the face, had no interest in pressing charges.

Police later said they did not find a gun on Zimmerman.

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George Zimmerman is reportedly in custody following a dispute involving his wife.

Police in Lake Mary, Florida, said that Zimmerman is being held at a residence of a relative on suspicion of domestic battery of his estranged wife.

There is a gun at the home and police are investigating whether it was used.

It's unclear what caused the fight between George and Shellie Zimmerman.

He hasn't been arrested. Rather, "as of right now, he has been placed in investigative detention," Lake Mary, Fla., police spokesman Zach Hudson said.

Hudson said there were three parties involved in the domestic altercation.

The incident comes two months after Zimmerman, a volunteer neighborhood watch captain, was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

Just last week, Shellie Zimmerman filed for divorce from George.

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A just-released 911 call reveals that two Dallas-area teens saved a kidnapped woman who mouthed "help me" to them from the back of a moving vehicle.

Charles Atkins Lewis, 37, was arrested August 22 after allegedly kidnapping a woman, 25, who has not been identified, at gunpoint and forcing her into his car.

The two teenagers noticed the kidnapped woman from their car as Lewis allegedly drove her through Kaufman County, according to the recording.

“Yes, I’m on the highway. I’m witnessing a robbery. Not a robbery, a kidnapping,” Aaron Arias, 19, told a 911 dispatcher. “It’s me and another guy."

"So we’re checking out the girl in the back because we’re like, ‘OK, she’s kind of attractive’, and then all of a sudden the guy is turned back, looking at us."

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Take note, THGers. Here is what we've learned about 911 this month:

Do not call if McDonald's messes up your order.

Do not call if the cable goes out, even during a Breaking Bad episode.

And do not call if you are in need of a pen, something New Hamphire resident Jeanie Dufresne discovered the hard way this week.

As explained in the following video, Dufresne angered an operator for making just such a request over the weekend, getting herself arrested for the THIRD TIME THIS MONTH for using 911 in an inappropriate manner.

The 66-year old told authorities each time that she just wanted someone to talk to. Darn. This story just went from funny to sad...