A Seminole County judge has ordered the man charged with shooting at George Zimmerman to wear a GPS monitor while he awaits trial.

Prosecutors asked the judge Friday to make Matthew Apperson wear a monitoring device while he is free on bond.

Apperson, 36, faces several charges in the May 11 shooting, in which Lake Mary police said he fired shots into George Zimmerman's truck.

Zimmerman was not hit by the gunfire, but did get minor injuries from broken glass. His attorney, Don West, said one bullet narrowly missed Zimmerman's head.

Police recovered two handguns inside Apperson's vehicle, as well as a handgun in Zimmerman's, but investigators said Zimmerman never fired a shot.

West, who also represented Zimmerman during his 2013 trial in which he was acquitted of murder in the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, said Zimmerman noticed Apperson following him and made a U-Turn on Lake Mary Boulevard.

Apperson then caught up with Zimmerman and fired into the side window of his truck, West said.

The two men had a previous run-in on the road in September 2014, when Apperson claimed Zimmerman threatened to kill him, adding, "Do you know who I am?" No charges were filed in that incident.

Apperson's attorney, Mark NeJame, said Apperson was acting in self-defense when he opened fire.

Matthew Apperson refused to comment outside the Lake Mary Police Department on May 11, instead blowing smoke at reporters.

Lake Mary police at the scene where George Zimmerman was shot at but not seriously injured in what investigators described as a road rage incident.

A bullet hole is seen in George Zimmerman's truck as it is towed away from the scene on Lake Mary Boulevard.