Published: Sep 03, 2014 11:53 AM EDT
Updated: Sep 03, 2014 7:19 PM EDT

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.- Today a judge granted Sgt. Amy Young's request to get her service weapon back.

Young did not appear in court this afternoon but an attorney was there on her behalf.

The officer had 60 days to reclaim her gun after a judge dismissed an order of protection last month.

Officer Luis Monroig's ex-wife asked for the order of protection saying she feared for her children.

She told the judge that Young killed the father of her 3 children and then shot herself in the face.

The shooting happened at Young's Estero home in July.

Despite WINK News requests, the Lee County Sheriff's office has not confirmed if Young was actually the shooter.

A judge found insufficient evidence to grant the order of protection, meaning there was no reason for the court to keep Young's gun any longer.

Sgt. Young has been on medical leave since the shooting, recovering from her injuries.

Neither her attorney nor the Naples Police Department could confirm whether Young will be returning to work anytime soon.