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3 people shot dead during pool party at Long Island mansion

GLEN COVE, Long Island (WABC) — The Brooklyn rapper known as Fetty Luciano pleaded not guilty Friday to charges related to a triple shooting at a pool party at a Long Island mansion last July.

Fetty Luciano, whose real name is Remy Marshall, 27, of Queens, was charged with possession of a weapon, assault and other charges that could lead to up to 15 years in prison. He was released on $200,000 bail and ordered to return to court at the end of the month.

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July 10, 2022on st Glen Cove Mansion The rapper began arguing with someone who was attending a private pool party, prosecutors said. Marshall is believed to have exited the mansion’s lobby, then re-entered a few seconds later and approached the same partygoer, attempted to “pistolize” the man, and the weapon went off, striking the three victims with a single bullet.

“This defendant allegedly brought a loaded weapon to a large private event and during an argument discharged the weapon and struck the three victims,” ​​Nassau County District Attorney Anne Donnelly said. “Fortunately, the defendant’s alleged reckless actions did not result in life-threatening injuries and no one else was injured.”

One victim suffered a gunshot wound to the shoulder. The rest of the victims were hit in the leg and elbow.

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