A Queens high school football player was picked up for the shooting murder of a 13-year-old at a nearby car wash despite the suspect's coaches insisting that he had been at school preparing for practice. While police have now announced that they arrested a teenager in the shooting death of young Kevin Miller, it turns out that the current suspect in custody was not the first one arrested. 16-year-old Nmesoma Okafor was taken out of his Campus Magnet locker room in Cambria Heights in handcuffs late on Friday afternoon because cops said he fit the description of the shooter—namely that he was wearing an orange shirt.

When cops told him he fit the description, Okafor shot back at them, "Don't we all? Tall, black guy in an orange shirt?" In a strange twist of fate, Okafor's mother was attempting to revive the 13-year-old victim Miller at the hospital where she was a nurse at the same time her son was (unbeknownst to her) being arrested for the shooting that would end up taking Miller's life. Okafor was released at 9 p.m. once his alibi checked out well enough for police.

In order to make a point to cops, the entire Campus Magnet football squad posed for a picture in the Daily News, all wearing orange shirts.