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Columbine Report Pgs 8901-9000

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Vonderohe.M,
JC-001-008901
 
Arvada
Police/Court
SystemArvada
Police
Department
111UU<ATIVE
Page
1
04/26/1999
Ref"
99-12067
Type
ASSTOA
Location
5201
B
PIERCEST
Reported
Date
04/20/1999
Time
12,39;32
Status
RTF
DET1Q
04/25/1999
C42599/VOhCDEROHE/SH
The
following
report
is
a
synopsis
regardingthe
ColumbineHigh
School
shooting
that
occurred
on
04/20/99
at
approximately
1115
hours.
This
report
is
in
reference
toJefferscn
Count
Sheriff's
Department
C R # 9 9 ~ 7 6 ~ S
and
cross
referenced
to
Arvada
Police
DepartmentCR#99-1206'.
This
report
is
bein9given
by
Det.
JimVonderohe
of
Arvada
Police
nepartment
who
is
amember
ofthe
Jefferson
county
Critical
Incident
Team
J
also
known
as
the
Jefferson
County
Shoot
Team
that
investigates
any
police
offieer
related
shootings
that
occur
in
Jefferson
County,
C o l o r ~ d o .
Columbine
High
SChool
is
located
at
6201S.
pierce
St.,
Littleton,
Jefferson
county,
Colorado.
On
04/20/99,
10
(DeC.
Jim
Vonderchel
first
learned
of
the
shooting
massacre
at
columbineHighSchool
at
approximately
1130
hours;
with
this
being
broad
casted
on
local
T.V.
stations.
At
approximately
1220
hours,
Arvada
POliC$
Department
Commander
Pebra
Grainger
,
who
is
one
of
thecoordinators
for
the
Jefferson
County
Critical
Incident
Team,
gave
the
command
for
all
team
members
to
respond
to
Clements
Park,
which
is
adjacent
to
the
Columbine
High
School,
school
groundsand
to
remain
there
pending
any
further
action
that
might
be
needed
to
be
taken
by
the
Critical
!ncident
Team.
IO
arrived
at
ClementsPark
with
Det.
Mark
Greubel,
Arvada
Police
Department
at
approximately
l3SP
hours
and
met
with
other
team
members.
During
this
time,
team
members
were
briefed
by
Commander
Debra
Grainger
and
L i e u t ~ ~ a n t
Jack
Chism,
of
the
Wheat
Ridge
Police
Department,
who
is
alao
a
co-coordinator
forthe
Critical
Incident
Team.
Later
that
afternoon,while
SWAT
Teams
were
clearing
the
interior
of
columbine
High
School,
it
was
learned
that
s o ~ ~
ofthe
SWAT
members
had
discharged
their
weapons
at
the
suspects
involved
in
this
inCident.
At
approximately
1630
hours,
IOwas
one
of
numerous
Critical
Incident
Teammembers
that
were
requested
to
respond
to
Leawood
Elementary
School.
located
at
6l5S
w.
Leawood
Drive,
several
blockS
from
columbine
High
School
in
order
to
conduct
i n t e r v i ~ w s
with
policaoffices
who
had
discharged
their
weapons
at
Columbine
High
School.
At
1645
hoursen
04/20/99,
IO
conducted
a
taperecorded
interview
with
Denver
Police
Department
Officer
Harry
Henry
Bloodworth
Jr.,
gadge
#7832,
who
is
amember
of
the
Denver
Metro
SWAT
Team/Day
Shift
Unit.
His
work
number
is
303-S71-saasand
pager
number
3 0 3 ~ 6 4 0 ~ 9 2 1 e .
The
following
is
a
brief
synopsisof
this
interview
with
a
full
type
transcriptto
accompany
this
synopsis
report.
Ofc.
Bloodworth
stated
that
he
initially
heard
ofthe
shooting
at
C o l ~ m b i n e
HighSchool
whilemonitoring
his
poliaeradio.
He
statedthat
he
heard
that
a
friend
of
his
received
anemergency
call
of
a
shooting
incident
occurring
at
C o l u ~ h i n e
High
School
and
statedthat
his
friend's
son
attends
that
scheol.
He
statedthat
he
further
learned
that
Jefferson
County
sherifftg
D e p a ~ t m e n t
was
JC-001-008902
 
PIRNARR
Arvada
Police/Court
System
Arvada
Police
Department
NARRATIVE
Page
2
04/26/1999
Ref
#
99-12007
Type
ASSTOA
Location
6201
S
PIERCE
ST
Reported
Date
04/20/1999
Time
12:39:32
Status
RTF
DET10
04/25/1999
042599/VONDEROHE/SH
r e ~ J e s t i n 9
additional
police
assistance
in
this
incident
and,
after
notifying
their
command
officers
of
this
knowledge,
they
were
dispatched
to
Columbine
HighSchool.
He
stated
that
he
first
learned
of
this
incident
at
approximately
1100
hours,
and
that
hispartner,
Tom
O'Neal,and
he
responded
to
Columbine
High
School.Ofe.
Bloodworth
statedthat
they
parked
on
Pierce
St.,
northof
ColumbineHigh
School,
at
which
time
he
collected
his
loadbearing
vest
and
his
223
Steyr
Aug
rifle
and
four
magazines,
He
statedthat
Tommy
O'Neal
andhe
thengot
into
Sgt.
Dan
O'Shea's
vehicle,
at
which
time
they
were
notifiedthat
some
shots
were
going
off
on
the
southwest
side
of
the
scheol,near
the
cafeteria.
They
droveback
to
this
location
and
gotout
of
the
vehicle
and
started
to
approach
the
school,
a ~
which
time
they
noticed
some
Jefferson
County
Sheriff's
Officers
behind
them
an
a
grassy
~ ~ o l l .
He
stated
that
these
officers
were
behind
their
car,
along
with
some
Denver
officers
and
other
officers
from
other
asencies.
He
stated
that
they
approached
the
school
from
the
north
side,
going
to
the
south
side.
He
statedthat
Ofe.
O'Shea
went
around
the
fence
and
towards
the
front
where
there
were
some
in
and
outdoors,
whichhe
believesleadsto
the
hallway
and
then
to
the
right.
He
stated
that
having
been
into
the
school,
he
knowsnow
that
it
goes
tothe
library
and
the
media
center
and,
down
below
is
located
a
cafeteria.
He
further
statedthat
there
were
some
steps
on
the
outside
ofthe
building
~ h a t
descend
down
tothestudent
parking
lot.
He
stated
that
as
he
rounded
a
corner
on
the
outside
ofthe
bUilding,
he
could
see
atleast
two
bodies
laying
outsidethe
school
building.
He
further
stated
that
there
was
also
an
explosivedevice,
which
he
would
call
abomb,
located
just
outsidethe
door
where
the
two
bodies
were
laying.
He
stacad
that
the
location
of
these
two
bodies
was
right
next
tothe
school
on
the
grass
and
the
walkway
or
sidewalk.
Ofc.
Bloodworth
statedthat
he
thenobserved
a
gun
sticking
out
of
the
school
doors,
b ~ t
couldnotobserve
the
person
who
held
this
gun.
He
stated
this
is
the
same
door
next
to
where
the
two
people
were
laying,
Ofe.
Bloodworth
s t a ~ e d
he
then
fired
a
few
rounds
from
h ~ 5
weapon,
but
could
not
tell
exactly
howmany,
at
which
time
the
gun
disappeared
back
into
the
school
building.
Upon
being
asked
to
describe
the
w ~ a p o n
that
was
sticking
out
of
the
door,
he
stated
that
he
thought
it
wasa
MP-5
since
the
barrel
had
a
round
side
on
it,
Which
led
him
tobelieve
it
wassome
typeofautomatic
weapon,
specifically.
a
rifle.
He
stated
chat'
after
that
moment,
he
never
saw
a
suspect
again
inregards
to
this
incident
He
further
stated
that
he
does
not
believe
that
he
hit
the
suspect
with
any
of
his
gunfire;
because
of
the
angle
that
be
had
On
the
rifle
orthe
door
that
hewas
shooting
at.
Ofc.Bloodworth
stated
that
the
reason
that
he
fired
his
gun
at
the
weapon
s ~ i c k i n g
out
of
the
door,
was
because
he
did
not
know
what
the
person
who
held
this
weapon
was
going
to
do.
He
statedthat
he
was
afraidthat
this
person
was
either
going
to
fire
at
the
police
officers
outside
the
school
building"
or
was
going
to
shoot
JC-001-008903

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