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Sanford shooter not connected with police crime watch program

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As petitions for George Zimmerman’s arrest continue to spring up on social media websites such as Facebook, so is the growing interest in what his motivation for shooting 17-year-old Trayvon could have been. Zimmerman has previously been referred to as “Neighborhood Watch Captain,” but Sanford Police Department Sergeant David Morgenster says there’s a big difference between a neighborhood watch organization and the Sanford’s Citizens on Patrol.

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