The Brooklyn-based rapper who is alleged to have committed the July shooting that injured three people at a private pool party at the Mansion at Glen Cove was arraigned Friday on weapon possession, assault and other charges, according to a press release from the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office.
Remy Marshall, also known as Fetty Luciano, allegedly got into a verbal argument with an attendee at the July 10 private pool party and attempted to “pistol whip” the individual in the head, resulting in the firearm discharging and shooting three other attendees with a single bullet.
One victim was struck in the shoulder, and the other two were shot in the leg and elbow. All three were treated at a local hospital and released.
“This defendant allegedly brought a loaded gun into a crowded private event and, during an altercation, discharged the weapon and struck three victims,” District Attorney Anne Donnelly stated in a press release. “Thankfully, the defendant’s alleged reckless actions did not cause life-threatening injuries to the victims and no one else was hurt. I thank the Glen Cove Police Department for their work apprehending this defendant leading to today’s indictment.”
Marshall was arrested on July 21 in Glen Cove by the Glen Cove Police Department.
He is allegedly a member of the GS9 group, a New York City-based hip-hop collective of rappers including Bobby Shmurda.
Marshall was arraigned on charges of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree, three counts of assault in the second degree, attempted assault in the second degree, three counts of assault in the third degree and reckless endangerment in the second degree.
Marshall pleaded not guilty. His bail continues to be set at $200,000 cash, $400,000 bond or $2 million partially secured bond at 10%.
His next court date is set for March 31. If he is convicted of the top charge, he faces a potential maximum of 15 years in prison.