The man accused of killing a Roseville High School student Monday night, heard the charges against him this afternoon, but at times seemed confused.
Investigators say 25-year-old Larry Walker shot 17-year-old Kenneth Cutts in the neck, while he was visiting a friend in Warren.
His friends tell us the senior football standout was caught in the middle of an argument between his friend and another group.
Cell phone video showed some of the moments before the shots were fired.
In court, Walker, who was eventually arrested at a house in Detroit, tried telling his side of the story to the judge.
He asked for an attorney, also telling the judge, "I don't understand what's going on. I did not kill anybody."
Walker is charged with first degree murder, also felony firearms.
No bond was set in court this afternoon. His next court appearance is scheduled for May 4th.