Dumervil texted a simple message -- "The truth will come out," -- to the newspaper. The Post cited two sources close to the player who said he had not been carrying a gun. The sources also said that a gun confiscated by police was not Dumervil's, nor was the Land Rover that he allegedly was driving before the arrest.
The Post reported on Tuesday that police found and recovered a .40-caliber handgun from the glove compartment of the Land Rover and found another gun in a Mercedes that Aguste had been riding in.
According to the Post, police will focus on fingerprint tests on the weapons as part of their investigation, though a police spokeswoman would not confirm that.
The newspaper also reported that a 911 call was made regarding the incident, though the caller was not specific enough to definitively link Dumervil to a crime.