Police nab upstate N.Y. man wanted in fatal Queens shooting

Cops cuffed a killer from upstate New York for gunning down a man in Queens, police announced Sunday.

Schenectady resident Shawn Singh, 23, was charged with murder and criminal possession of a weapon for Saturday’s deadly shooting, cops said.

A 911 call drew police to the street outside a one-family home on 125th St. near 101st Ave. at 4:19 a.m., when they found 31-year-old Treva Sookmangal suffering a gunshot wound to the chest, according to law enforcement.

Paramedics rushed the victim — who lives in Richmond Hills less than two miles from the scene — to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, where he died.

Cameras at the nearby Hibiscus Restaurant and Bar recorded a group of men who appeared to be arguing outside the eatery shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday, according to a worker, who refused to give her name.

The shooting was not caught by the restaurant’s cameras, but police can be seen arriving shortly after, the employee said.

The violence was not connected to the restaurant, according to the worker, who noted that the eatery had shut its gates hours before Singh allegedly shot Sookmangal.

A spokeswoman for the NYPD could not say what motivated Singh in Saturday’s deadly slay.