A man faces several charges, including murder, in connection with a deadly stabbing and hit-and-run in Queens.

Police say Adrian Harry was set off after a parking dispute.

It happened around 4:30 a.m. Sunday outside the XS Hookah Lounge on Liberty Avenue and 128th Street in South Ozone Park.

Police say Harry stabbed two people there, then got behind the wheel of his Hyundai Sonata and plowed into a crowd.

Richardo Chattergoon, 23, was killed. Five others were hit by the car.

Chattergoon's cousin, Mark, says the family is distraught. 

"Everybody is sad right now. It's a shock. Couldn't believe," Mark Chattergoon said.

"It appears that this incident is the result of a parking dispute, and this parking dispute escalated, which resulted in the death of an individual and serious physical injury to several others," said Assistant Chief David Barrere of the NYPD.

The other victims were taken to Jamaica Hospital. 

Police say they arrested Harry after he drove himself to that hospital to get treatment for a cut on his hand.

One of the victims, who police say was both stabbed and hit by the car, was critically hurt.