YFN Lucci Surrenders To Authorities After Being Identified in a Gang-Related Racketeering Indictment

YFN Lucci Surrenders To Authorities After Being Identified in a Gang-Related Racketeering Indictment

On April 30, YFN Lucci was identified in a gang-related racketeering indictment along with 11 others. The rapper has since surrendered to authorities and is being held at Fulton County Jail.

When the 105-count indictment was released, Lucci, born Rayshawn Bennett, was out on parole after being charged with murder.

On May 10, he handed himself over to the authorities. The charges against Lucci include aggravated assault, armed robbery, property destruction, murder, stealing, and more. The charges were revealed after a months-long investigation into the actions of the 12 people and their links to the Blood gang. The indictment includes the previous murder charge Lucci was facing.

Drew Findling, Lucci’s attorney, previously denied that his client is a gang member and insisted that he is innocent. He said, “He’s not guilty of any crime that’s referenced in the previous charge and now in this indictment.”

Findling says that Lucci was driving in a car with friends when shots were fired at them and that he is not responsible for the murder. According to the prosecutor, someone in the car’s backseat reportedly returned fire, killing one person in the process.

Lucci reportedly violated his release terms by going to a strip club and messing with his ankle monitor after being released on $500,000 bail for the aforementioned murder charge. He also tested positive for marijuana and opiates, which was a violation of his bond.

 

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