“Gangsta Rapper” Busted in Glen Cove Mansion Shootings


By Thomas Nothel


A 26-year old convicted-felon “Gangsta Rapper” who performs under the name “Fetty Luciano” was arrested by Glen Cove Police for the July 10th shooting of three people at the Glen Cove Mansion hotel.


Arrested is Remy Marshall, age 26, of Brooklyn, who turned himself in at the Glen Cove Police station on Thursday morning at 10:30AM.


Marshall is charged with attempted murder, criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment.


According to the New York City Police Department, Marshall is a convicted violent felon and a member of the “G Stone Crips,” a a Brooklyn-based street gang that have engaged in “violent disputes with rival gangs, committed murder and carried out numerous non-fatal shootings…”


Marshall was arrested in 2014, and served a year in state prison, after being charged with conspiracy, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon, according to the release.


Marshall performs as “Fetty Luciano,” for the Def Jam Recordings label.


The shootings occurred on July 10th at around 5PM during a rap pool party hosted by the notorious Rapper “Big Fendi.”

A dispute among party goers – including Marshall - led to the shooting. Two party attendees and a security guard were shot by Marshall.


Glen Cove Mayor Pamela Panzenbeck said the event did not have permits to have the “gangsta rap” party, and that the Mansion "should never have let the party take place."


The NYS Liquor Authority voted at a regularly scheduled meeting on July 13 to summarily suspend the Liquor license of the Mansion. Effective immediately, no alcohol may be sold or consumed on the premises. The venue's managers say their lawyers have been notified and are reviewing the filing.


“Those with upcoming weddings and events are assured that this temporary setback is being addressed in a swift and timely fashion and that all steps are being taken to rectify the matter at once," said Michael Finkelstein, an attorney for The Mansion.

Those who live near the Mansion say the pool parties are too frequent and too loud - even if they aren't all violent like the “Big Fendi” shootings.


"We can't even sit in our own backyard. We have friends and family here, and they hear it. Sometimes we even feel the booming bass inside our house," said one local resident.