Daytona Beach bar owner wins, loses George Zimmerman gun auction
Denny Honeycutt says he was supposed to meet Zimmerman to give him check
Zimmerman claims he was selling the gun he used to kill Trayvon Martin in 2012 at a condo complex in Sanford.
Denny Honeycutt, owner of Froggy's Saloon on Main Street, told the newspaper he was supposed to meet Zimmerman at noon Friday to give him a check for $150,000.
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He said Zimmerman canceled on him at the last minute, claiming another bid came in with income verification. Zimmerman said that bid was for $250,000.
Honeycutt told the newspaper he sent one last text message to Zimmerman, asking him of the buyer planned to destroy the gun. No word if he got a response.
Zimmerman was found not guilty of murdering Martin in 2013.
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