Hunter was a student at McClarin High School in College Park, but was at the Langston Hughes High homecoming game for a reunion with friends, according to Channel 2 Action News. McClarin is an alternative school that often assists students who are behind academically.
There was no record of him attending Fulton schools last year, Hale said.
Students at both high schools saw an increased police presence Monday in the wake of the fatal shooting Friday night. Counselors were also available at both schools, said Samantha Evans, another school spokeswoman.
Hunter was shot about 10 p.m. Friday and later died at Grady Memorial Hospital. There were witnesses to the shooting, Hale said.
“You can’t even come to a football game and just watch it anymore. You have to worry about somebody getting shot,” his friend Khyra Perry told the station. “Kris was a great person, a loving person. He never hurt anybody.”
Evans said additional assistance has been requested of CrimeStoppers in an effort to identify additional witnesses.