Reported by Mark Bruce Eyewitness News Reporter/Anchor
CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) Isaac Robinson's murder came on what was supposed to be a special day at Central High School, homecoming. The school's principal said Robinson was on track to graduate and had a close group of friends at the school, including his sister.
Administrators brought in grief counselors for students Friday as well as extra school resource officers. Planned homecoming activities went on scheduled the principal said in order to give students some sense of normalcy.
Cordarrius Bonds said he's been friends with Robinson for years. He called him a good kid who apparently started hanging with the wrong people.
"It's crazy because I was just chilling with him Sunday," Bonds said. "It just shows how fast people can be here and then be gone the next day. Like my momma say man, run with the wrong crowd, that'll get you jammed up."
Robinson lived near the other victim of the shooting, Michael Shadden. Bonds says he didn't know Shadden and has no idea how the two became friends.