The Glock caliber .40 that almost killed Cavite Vice Governor Jolo Revilla has been turned over to the Muntinlupa City (Metro Manila) police.
Senior Supt. Allan Nobleza, Muntinlupa police chief, on Wednesday said Raymond Fortun, Revilla’s lawyer, handed the pistol and spent cartridge to the police.
The gun, with serial number of AABS154, was registered under the provincial government of Cavite.
Revilla sustained a gunshot wound in the right chest after he reportedly pulled the trigger accidentally while cleaning the gun at their house in Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa City, on Saturday.
Nobleza said the gun will be subjected to ballistic test. He added that he had asked Revilla to undergo paraffin test to determine if he indeed accidentally fired the gun.
Fortun said Revilla underwent another CT scan at the Asian Medical and Medical Center in Muntinlupa on Tuesday night.
Joven Jeremius Tanchuco, chief medical officer of the hospital, said the condition of Revilla is improving since the vice governor is spitting less blood.