Suspect linked to last August shooting arrested in Queens


A suspect who was linked to a shooting last August has been arrested in Queens.

Police said on Monday about the apprehension of the suspect for a fatal August shooting in Queens linked to gangs.

Nasiem Pearson was nabbed at his South Jamaica home Saturday and charged with murder and gun possession.

He’s accused of shooting 28-year-old Broderick Daniels about 1 a.m. Aug. 31 in the vestibule the victim’s Hollis apartment building on 184th St.

Daniels, struck in the chest and torso, was rushed by medics to Jamaica Hospital but could not be saved.

Neighbors said he was the devoted father of a 6-year-old son.

What sparked the shooting was not clear, but police said it is linked to a gang rivalry.

According to cops, Pearson, 22, is a Crip while the victim was part of the Henderson New York gang, also known as HNY, centered on Henderson Ave. not far from the victim’s home.

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