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~:-,o..o.. TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
~ MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Didyou ever see the two large duffel bags in the cafeteria ?
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2. Did you see anyonecarryingor in the possession of those duffel bags, at a previous
time? \'.JU
3. Did you see Eric Harris or DylanKlebold eitheron Monday of TUFllqay? What were
they doing ? IVV
What did they say? Were they with anyone else ?

7. Have you heard anything from anybody else aboutother suspects, bomb maldDll,
gun buying, Nt

10. What time did youenter the cafeteria ? ~re did youcome from (prior to the
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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GIJIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

11.Have them markwhere they were sitting, their route out of the buildingand whom
they were with (if known) ?

12. Howdid youexit thebuilding? Where did you go whenyou got oUI and whatdid
you seeon the outside of the building?

13.Do you use the Inlernet? If so, what is yourscreen name ? Do you have an ICQ
(aka: I seek you I similar to a chatline) account?
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14. Do you know anybody with a "double pierced eyebrow" :.1
~ro.f\~ \:\'2-tlbtcJ.\-'3I(\~1D. 'P~Q.f~ No
15.Did yousee or hearany unusual announcements prior to the shootings? Do you
know what the "Thought of the day was" over the Rebel N~otwarlc (RNN) ?

16.Can you provide ~y. f'ur1ller info~on o~ the members of the TrenchCoat Mafia 't
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Detective: Marlc Allen - Denver Police I?epartment I (303) 64().1183

HE:CONTROL # 2300
INTERVIEW:
SteveDreaden
8341 S. Upbam Wy#208
UttlelOll. CO 80123
(303) 932-9528

Subject Columbine High School Shooting,

On 4/30/99 I interviewed Steve Dreaden at his residence 834,l S. Upbam Wy. 208. Steve
reported that he entered the cafetl:ria at approx. 11.15AM and he sat for approx. 5
minutes by the Rebel Store. He then went to buy his IlIIlCh but the line was to long,so he
walked back by table 00 where his friend, Jamie Thurman was sitting. Steve said he
walked over to the store and WlIlI going to bllY his IlllICh. He said Justin Norman came
into the cafeteria saying that someone had been shot A few seconds later the custodians
came in yelling for everyone to get away from the windows and for everyone to get under
the tables. Steve said he dove under a table by the windows and doors. He said all he
could hear was people ye1ling and screaming. The custodians cameback saying for
everyone to run for it; they're coming inside. Stevesaid he ran out the closest door and
then to the street Steve said he left his bal:kplIck in the cafeteria.

Steve said he never saw the duffel bags or anyone caaying the bags into the caieteria. He
said he didn't see the reM in or around the caieteria area and he didn't see them on the
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J:U'rllltSOII COtl1ftY DISftIC'r A'1"1'Ourr'lI ornclI

Deteadant, :Docket 1fUIIber,


Datel April 29, 1999 Ca.e 1fUIIberl 99-7625
174A-DN57419
CN1493
Deputy D.A.' LAuck

Duffy,
, Stephanie
7309 W. Hampden. _5203
Littleton, CO., 80123
303/980-1470

Student, C.H.S., was in cafeteria. CN 1493

on April 29, 1999, this investigator met with Stephanie Duffy


at her residence. present during the interview were her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Duffy.

Stephanie Duffy stated that on April 20, 1999, after completing


her fourth hour gym clas, she went to the cafeteria for lunch. She
believed that she a:rrived there at approximately 11.05 a.m .. After
pu:rchasing her meal, she sat down at a table with a number of her
friends. She identified thelll as. Keni Dooley. Joey Marcotte,
Brittany Weeden, Jennifer Comacha(sp?) , Brittany '!yacke, and the
following, known to her only by their first names; Matt, Brian,
Heather, Katy, and Katie.

She advised that between 11.15 and 11.20, she saw about half of
the students in the cafeteria get down on the floor. She sa.id she
glanced outside to the southwest and could see one person who was
firing a gun. She described the person as a llIa1e, tall, about 6',
wearing haggy black pants, a red shirt. and a black trench r~~· She

1 Jc.o01.002919
did not recall seeing a hat. She stated that this person was holding
what appeared to her to be a double barreled shotgun, "ide by side
barrels. She said he was aiming the gun toward the ground and
recalled seeing smoke coming from the ba:rrels. She thought he spent
some time :reloading the gun and described that as opening the gun's
action and loading, then snapping it closed. She said she did not
hear the shots when she first observed him, but believes she did
hear the gun fire four times. She advised that litudents hegan to run
to the stairs and she followed, going upstairs into a science room.
She liaid that there were twenty-seven of thelll all together and they
stayed there for approximately four hours - until some bomb squad
officers got thelll out.

Stephanie advised that she did know Brie Harris as he was a


friend of a girl who she knew by the name of Fat McDuffy (SP?) She
said they would occasionally talk but recalls nothing of any
significance. She added that this was last year, not this school
year. She stated that the person she saw shooting a gun outside was
"probably Eric Harris." She said her opinion is based on photos she
has seen of Brie Harris on television and newspapers since the
incident and not from recognizing him on that day. She advised that
she did not know Dylan. She stated that she did not know the names
of any of the trench coat group.

Stephanie advised that she had heen wearing black pants, a


white Nike shirt with black stripes and neon green stripes around
the sleeves. and tennis shoes.

Stephanie recalled that while she was in the science room, she
heard a lot of gunshots, a lot of screaming. She said some shots
were not as loud as others. She thought the shooting went on for an
hour. She said at one point, she heard the voice of someone pleaing
for their life and heard another voice say, "r don't care."

This investigator met a friend of Stephanie'S at her residence,


identified as Ken! Dooley. She was interviewed separately.

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Investigation continues.

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Dat.. May 28, 1999 Ca•• :MwIIJ:>.r. 174A-DNS7419
99-7625
CN 3672
l)eputy I).A •• Lauck

.*.****************.* ••• *.*.*******-*********.*.**.************.****

Stephanie Duffy
7309 W.Hampden # 5203
Littleton, CO" 80123
303/980-1470

CBS student, cafeteria witness.

On May 27, 1999, this investigator recontacted Stephanie Duffy


at her residence. Present during the interview were her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Duffy.

Stephanie was asked if she could provide any additional details


as to the physical description of the person she saw outside the
cafeteria on April 20, 1999. ,She stated that she had only glanced at
this person and even though she thought he looked familiar, she was
unable to recognize him. She said there was nOthing in particular
about him that was distinctive. She said the red Shirt he was
wearing may have had some type of design on it, but she could not
determine whether it was a design or lettering. She was sure that
this person had been wearing black pants and a black trench coat.
She said she did not know i f he had. been wearing a hat. She stated.
that she has seen numerous pictures of Eric Harris since the
incident and does believe that this is who she saw that d.ay. She
aCknowledged that she knew Eric Harris by sight as she would often
see him in the commons area of the sehool during lunch. A formal

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photo line-up was not shown to Stephanie although she was shown an
array containing his photograph. She did point him out as Eric
Harris and continues to believe that he was the person she saw.

Regarding the weapon which Stephanie said this person was


carrying. she indicated that it was a dark color. black or dark
gray. She repeated her previous description and said that
it was definitely not a handgun.

No further information was procided by this witness.

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COl'\l'lC'ctUt&C.Rcporl:No Victim Namt 0ti1Jinal Report Ollie This lt4pon
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ADDITIONAL WITNESS:

DUNN, NICHElE, DOB/l '·12-82, WIF


5112 SouthIris Way
Littleton. CO 80123
(303) 971·0204
Bus: Student/Columbine HighSchool/Sophomore

(PARENTAL tNfORMATlON)
DUNN. PATRICE L.. 008111·16·59. WIF
Same as above
Bus:None

DUNN, OA\l1D C.. D08/04-03-59, W/M


Same as above
Bus: 7887 WeSt Tuffs Avenue
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 933·5709

INVESTIGATION,

On May 5, 1999, between the houtS of 0954 and 1020, I hadan oppol'!Ullily to speak with Nichele reference the incident that
occurred at Columbine High School on April20, 1999. Alsopresontat the interview was her mother, Patrice Dunn.

Nichele stated that she arrived at school on April 20, 1999, about 0725 hours, and that she attended her routine classes. I asked
Nichele which class she has founh hour prior to her lunch period. She stared she has fOlllth hour off and she spent founh hour
at the seminary house. The seminary house is also located .t6805 WestPolk Avenue. I had other witnesses referto it as the

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Mormon bouse. [asked Nichele if she recalls what timeshe arrivedat the cafeteria in the bigh school. She statedshe arrived
around I lOS hours. A map of the cafeteria was provided and I asked if she couldlocatewhichtable she wasseatedat Nichete
identified the table shewas seatedat as beingtable R. tellingme that she wasseatedwith her friends. Kalynda Bingham and her
other friend Chanra Marshall, I askedif shecould provide telephone numbers for thosetwo parties. She stated'hat Bingham',
telephone numberis (303) 979·3556and Marshall'stelephone number is (303)913-3266. Shealso slatedthat therewasa Mark
Dusen seatedat the table witlt them. hut she does not knowhis telephone number. l askedNiohele if she remembers seeing tv.0
largedume bags or sportsbags. one being blue and the otherbeingreddish/orange in color located in the central cote area of the
cafeteria. She statedshe did notsee the two items and that she couldn't provide any additional information about them. After she
arrivedat thecafeteria she remembers placing her backpack 00 topof the table. Shedescribed her backpack as beingolive green
in color. tile brand name is Eastpack. Alter she placed her backpack down she went to the food service line and later resumed
to the table. Shortlyafter she returned to her tableshe recallsseeinga Janitor. who she described as a white male. skinny. about
5'10'. brown hair. waswearing a Columbme HighSchool trackshirt. The janitcr was waving his arms and telling people (0 get
under their tables.At first Nichelethoughtit was some type of a semorprank,but theydid as they weretold and gotunderneath
the tables, A few minutes lapsedand she stated that the students lnside the cafeteriastarted to peer out from under tile tables.
Several of themstartedto Stalld up. at which time'he recalls seeing tilestudents whowerenearthe westsideof rhecafeteria start
to moveeast,not knowing what was goingon. She stated that she also went withthe students. They proceeded to the stairs and

up to the main level of the school.

Nichele advisedthat once she reached the top ofrhe stairs that she heard several gunshots thaIwere coming from the cafeteria
area. Nichele did nOI see any gunmen whileshe was down in the cafeteriaand she continued east down the matb/science hall
and laterexited fromthe east side of the school and went to Leawood Park. Once she reachedLeawood Park.she advised mat
she wenrroa friendofher's houseby the nameof BrentO'Neill. I askedNichele if sherecallsabout wnattime she exitedfrom
the highschool. She said she believed it wasanywhere from lIeD to 1125 hours. She laterstated thatshe calledher father from
Brent's borne. and she believedit was aroundnoon.

I had Nichele provide her clothing description on the incidentdate. She advised that sbe was wearinga white 3/4 sleeve shirt,
bluejeans. and she had sandalson. Again. I verifiedwith Nichele that she did not see the begs that I describedearlier. nor did

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she see any gunmen at Columbine High School, I asked if she had any information concerning the Trench Coat Mafia,
specifically EricHarrisor Dylan Klebold or possible associates of the group. She wasunable to provide any information about
them. I asked if she knewabout Eric Harrishaving a web site. Again, she Slated she did not have any information aboutthat

Nicbele was askedif sitehad any additional information reference this incident. Sitetold methat she had talked withone of her
friends. Sharma Geslin, and that Sharma had told her thal on April 20, 1999. between 0640 and 0700 hours, she (Sharma)
observed about six cars in the senior parking lot and thought it was strange that those vehicles were in the I", so early. Sbanna
did not provide any information as far as description of the cars or if she knew who owned the cars. At the completion of my
interview [ had Nicnele document where she was sittingin the cafeteria and her movement out of the cafeteria, A copy of that
mapis attachedwith thtS supplement report.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

FBICase #1 74ADN-57419IDN #2652.

DISPOSITION: Case open, pending fttrther investigation.

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, ELSMORE, KEVIN

JC.Q01- 002930
• '.>. "INUATION
'f cE~ lENT J\ JCSO LOCK
K~'lIt. eme gina epon

TOWNSEND 6/9/99
Clas-siricatiQn
X HOMICIDE o .tn5(: StatUi: Ot'C!\ X EIi:-:C"ptlonaHy Cleared Recommend Care: R~·Ii.eW
RI' '~if1eatiC\l C1W'ro by Arreet Ul'lfolmded Closure

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WITNESS:
l;;lsmore. Kevin
DOS: 8/17/83
7829 W. Friend Place
Littleton, CO 80128
Ph: 303·972·6431

CONTROL NUMBER: 4008

INVESTIGATION:
On 6/9/99 I met with Kevin Elsmore at his residence, reference the ShOaling at Columbine High School. I
asked Kevin if he was in the school on the day of the shooting and he said, yes, he was. I asked if he was
in the cafeteria during the shooting and he said, yes, he was. At this time, I brought out a sketch of the
cafeteria and asked Kevin to circle the table where he was silting. Kevincircled table "Y" and placed an "x"
at the place where he had been sitting at the table. I asked him to tell me what had happened that day
Kevin said he was in the cafeteria at approximately 1115 hours and said he heard and saw a janitor teiling
everyone to get down underneaththe table. Kevin said he then heard gunshots coming from outside the
ca ria. Kevin said at thiS time the students Were told to get up and run out of the cafetena. Kevin said ha
ran up the stairs to the main level of the school and when he got to the top of the stairs he was by the
lockers and heard more shots being fired. I asked if he knew where the shots were coming from, inside or
out, and he said they appeared to be coming from inside. I asked Kevin if he ever saw who was doing the
shooting and he said, no, he ne....er did. Kevin said once he was on the main level he then left the building
through the back doors of the scnoot by the Math hallway, and went to Leewood Park. Kevin said once in
Leewood Park he stood there for awhile and heard shots coming from, what he believed to be, the back of
the school. Kevin said he then lefllhe Park and went 10 his home.

I asked Kevin if he heard any of the explosions and he said he did not remember hearing any explosions,
but he did hear gunshots. I asked Kevin again if he remembered seeing anyone shooting and he said. no,
he did not.

I asked KeVIn if he had been in the cafeteria earlier than his lunch hour and he said he had been in the
cafeteriaduring second period, which is from 8:25 to 9:20. I asked Kevin if he had seen anything or
anyone that appeared susptcous to him during that second period and he said. no, he did not. I asked if
he remembered seeing any large dUffel bags in the cafeteria either time he was there and he said, no, he
did not. I asked Kevin If he was silting With anyone during his lunch hour and he said, he was with two other
students, Chad Sharpler and Brad Bootsma. He said those were the only ones sitting at his table. I asked
Kev ln if he knew who Eric and Dylan were before this incident and he said, no, he did not. I asked if he had
left anything in the cafeteria and he said no, when he leflthe cafeteria he took everything with him. I asked
if r "ad seen or talked to any of the Trench Coat Mafia members on Monday OfTuesday and he said,
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TOWNSEND 619199
Cl2!isificlition Otfense SW\tS: Open X E,;~eptienaHy Cleared Recommend Case: Rc:vit;\Ir
X HOMICIDE
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I askedif he had heard anything else from anyone regarding making of bombs, buying guns or other
suspects and he said, no, he had not. I asked Kevin if he remembers what he was wearing that day and he
said "a pair of khaki pants, a blue andwI1lle short sleeve shirt" but could not remember what shoes he wore.
I asked Kevin if he uses the Internel and he said no, he does not. I asked if he knowsanyone with a double
pierced eyebrow and he said no. I asked Kevin if he remembers hearing any unusual announcements prior
to the shooting on Tuesday. He said, no, he did not I asked Kevin if he could provide any further
information to assist in this investigation and he said he could not think of anything at this time, but he would
call me if he thinks of anything else. I gave Kevin one of my business cards and at this time the interview
was concluded.

The following is a list of students silting at the table wlth Kevin:


Chad Sharpler and Brad Bootsma.

DISPOSITION:' Open.

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

O'lIof..M<ripli.. 05/18/1999
Andrea Louise Elsner; DOB 11/~3/1981, 6319 South Chase
Court, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)795-2160, a junior at
Columbine High School, was interviewed at her home in the
presence of her parents, William and Roxanne Elsner, by Special
Agent (SA) Ricky V. Wright regarding the incident that took place
on 04/20/1999 at Columbine High School. After being advised as
to the identity of the interviewing agent and the nature of the
interview, Elsner provided the following information:
At approximately 11:10 am, Elsner got out of Spanish
class, taught by Ms. Freund, and left the foreign language
department and walked directly to the cafeteria. Elsner set her
bookbag at a lunchroom table(marked F on diagram sketch), got her
lunch, and sat back down. Elsner remembers that Jessica Arzola,
Natascha Avery, Matt Hill, &~er Rosetta, Ben Schumann, and
Candace Grande were also sitting at the table. Elsner was
sitting facing west. Matt Hill was sitting to Elsner's left and
Ben Schumann was sitting to her right.
While Elsner was eating, Hill got up to get something
from Rebel Corner and came back and said there was someone with a
gun. Elsner then heard a shot and everyone in the oafeteria got
down under the tables. Elsner saw Mr. Sanders running east on
the northside of the cafeteria, telling everyone to get down.
Elsner heard a couple more shots while under the table and could
hear a few of the girls crying. Elsner was under the table
approximately one minute, when she heard more shots that sound.ed
really loud and close. Elsner thought the shots may have been in
the cafeteria. These shots caused everyone to get up and start
running.
Elsner started to run up the stairs, but tripped aad
hit her head on the stair rail. Elsner may have blacked out a
moment, but someone helped her up. Elsner made it to the top of
the stairs, when something exploded just around the corner to the
right of the top of the stairs, which caused Elsner to fall
again. Elsner got up and ran across the hall to a science
classroom. Elsner hid in the classroom with approximately seven
other students and a teacher, Mr. Craft. While they were hiding,
Elsner could hear two individual running up and down the south

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main hall y.lling. Elsner could not understand ...hat they .... re
yelling.
At approximately 11:35 am, Craft propped a table in
front of the main door to the classroom. Whil. h. was propping
up the table, someone shot once through the window on the door
and hit the table. Craft then had the stud.nts crawl over and
hide in a cabinet-like vent at the back of the classroom. There
was just enough room for everyone to g.t in. Elsner recalls that
she stopped hearing shots sOOn aft.r the shot came through the
door at approximately 11:35 am.
At approximately 12:00 pm, Mr. Friesen came in from an
adjacent classroom and told Craft to get a fire extinguisher for
defense. Friesen said Mr. Sanders had been ahot and that he
thought the gunmen had been caught in a nearby field.
At approximately 2:30 pm, Friesen came and had Craft,
Elaner, and the others in the classroom Come and join two other
classes that had been hiding in the science area. Elsner recalls
that Jessica Arzola Waa with cne of the other classes.
At: approximately 3:15 pm, a SWAT team came and took
them out the east hall of the science ar.a, east down the south
main hall, north into the social studies d.partment, and th.n out
an exit on the .ast sid.. Once outside, Elsner got on a bus that
took her to L.awood Elementary.
Elsner was not in the cafeteria at any other tim. that
day. Elsner did not see any large duffle bags sitting in the
cafeteria during lunch. Elsner did not know Eric Harris, Dylan
Klebold, or any other members of the Trenchcoat Mafia. Elsner is
aware that Matt Bruce and Ben Schumann are usually in the
cafeteria during fourth period and usually save a table for fifth
period lunoh. Elsner is aware that Jessica Brown was in the
cafeteria during lunch and saw Oylan Klebold right outside.
Elsner does not have any Internet scr.en name. On the
day of the shooting, Elsner was ...earing blue jeans and a gray
aleeveless sweater v.st with a white t-shirt und.rn.ath. Elsner
never had any indication that anything was going to happen that
day.

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Control Number iJ)I-;2;7

WITNESS: ELISHA ENCINIAS. Columbine High School student, DOB


2/23/83,5686S, Lowell Blvd.. Littleton, Colorado, 80[23. (303)
134-[014.

INTERVIEWER; AgentJerry W. Mell115, Colorado Bureau of Investigation, 690


Kipling Street, Denver, Colorado, 80215, (303) 239-4211.

DATEITIME OF
INTERVIEW; Apri120, 1999, at approximately 02:00 p.rn,

PLACE OF
INTERVIEW; In the east parkinglot of Clement Park. Littleton. Colorado, during
the SWAT evacuationof students from theschool.

ASSIGNMENT
SYNOPSIS; The Reporting Agent interviewed Ms. ElishaENCINIAS as she
was evacuated from the Columbine High Scheel.

Ms. ENCINIAS stated she was in the cafeteria eating her lunch at
approximately I [;20 a.m.. when the shooting started. Shestared a
studentcarne into the cafeteria yelling "Someone Just Shot
Someone". She stated everyone started screaming andshe saw
three people with guns corning into the cafeteria. Ms. ENCINIAS
stated one of the gunmen had a longblackcoot, and she did not
recognize him. She statedthe othertwo shooters were a current
student, and a student thathad graduated lastyear. She <lid not
know theirnames. She ran upstairs towards the science lab area.

Ms. ENCINIAS srated as the gunmen were walking around the


cafeteria and the stairway she heard one of themsay. ' . Where
Are You? I gOt three of them", Shestated they were very calm.
She and severalother students hidinsidethe science rooms, and
theycould hear the gunmen throwing things and Shooting in the
hall and cafeteria, She statedit tooka longtime for the police to
rescue themso they kept theirheads down and kept quiet

Ms. ENCINIAS had someminor SCI1lp5 andscratches and was


walked to a medical unit by the Reporting Agent

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On 04-26-99. III about 1445 hours, Special Agent MikeB_en and myself' went to the re'idence of Elisha
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dobI02,23,83. wlto residesat 5686 South Lowell Boolevan:l, Itome pirone (3Q3)7J4-10 14,studenlat Columbine HighSchool.
Agent Barnett andmyselfcontacted Encinias reference a leadsbeet.

Encinias advUed that ,he arrived auchool 011 04-2ll-99, lit 1:30 am., fur class. Encinias advised.he was in the common area,
known as the hmch room. at 10:20 a.m., sittingwithfriends, Michelle Cowens, Lindsey Deyle(303-979-11 SI), andothers. she
could not remember the names, Encinias saidtheywere all doing homework. EnciRias stated they were seated at a table right
nextto the stairs. When shown a diagram, 'he statedit waslable"T." Encinias said whenshe became aware of the incident.
it was approximately 11:30 a.m.. Encinias said a girl, who is a Freshman and was in the Sll1IIe German classas her,ran into the
lunchroomstating someone was shooting outside. Encinias also said ,he observed kidsnmningeverywhere, and thaIJanitors
weretelling students to "get down. gel down." Encinias said Alisia Mays llm intothe ll1llch roomfrom lbesidedoorsaying the
•..ISpeCts were throwing pipe bombs. Encinias said everyone at her tableran upstairs towards the library. Encinias said she

grabbed lbehandofRyanPool. Encinias said OlIO. upstairs, sotne rantowards the Science area. andothers towards the Library.
Encinias said she waswitha malereacher described as white haired andglasses. Encinias said as they were running down the
hallway, she said, "We both saw lbe gunmen coming in the side doors, at which time they began to shoot at us." Encinias said
her and the teacher began running in towards the school, at which timesheobserved the teachertall oulofthe comerof hereye.
Encinias stated shealso tell,and gotbackup. Encinias descrihed the two gunmen as (#1,a while malewitlliongbrown hairand
a trench coat,and he is the one who started ,hooting at herand the teacher usingwhat she described as a long gun), and (#2.
whom she was _ble to describe, and he was observed doingnothing). Encinias Slated suspect #2 did not have a trench Coat
on. Encinias saidwhen she tell in thehallway afterlosingvisual contact with the teacher, that she was told 10 get up by Mrs.
Miller, another teacher in the school, Encinias then began to run again andwentintothe classroom of Mrs. Williams, whowas
still teaching the class,and asked whlll was going on. Encinias said shetold Mrs. Williams there was gUllfue in the school, at
which time Mrs. Williams directed her cl.... approximately 30 to 3S stodcnts, to go into a storage area locatedbehindthe
classroom, described by Encinias as the greenhouse room. Encinias stated while hidingin the storage area, more shooting was
occurring in rhe school. Encinias stated thatwbilel1iding in the storage room. sheheard lire a1anns, more shooting, and thatthe
'ltUdents had splitup (boy andgirl)so dullthe students could utilize a can l1Il a toilet. Encinias statedaftera longperiod of'nme,

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that theSWATTeam cameand told the students to put their bands overthe.lrhOllds, and guided the!ltUdenls Out of the cafeteria
area, at which time they were searchedand dlrected to exit the building, having to run over what she describedas • male body
located by the step!!, and a female body in the upper wast side of the rear ofthe school. Encinlll53t:ated whOll she fell in the
hallway. sbe receiveda rug bum to her knee. and no other injuries.

Encillias slllted wbile in the !ItOr8ge aml, biding for appmximaliely 30 min_ afterthe stan of the im:ident, whonshe overlteard
a calInvoicestate, .hmU1'e you. 11101' 1llree,~ and then laqbte1'. Encillias statodit was her belief that the individual said
• bill it could have possibly boon "Yo.~ Encinias 3t:atod someeime before the explosionand after the fire alarm,that she
hostd an individual'sexcitedvoice screaming, "You ale an going to die. you are aJllIOing to die:' and then laughter. Encinias
slllted in the storageroom, she was withlbe following students: Lauren Beecham, MeganKellog, Courtney Herival, JasonBaer
(looking out the windows), Amy Totty, EmilyKillingsworth. Laura (unknown last name),Travis Meason (next to the door in
the storagearea), and Doreen Salazar (keeping t:racl< of time).

EnciniasSlated she believes theyexited the storageroom around. 2:45 p.m., by the SWATTeam. Encinias also stated that two
students that were in the area of the Librarywere Heidi Johnsonand Britlal1Y Balaruid,

DISPOSITION; Open, pending further investigstion.

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O«te, 5-12-99 Cllse lfUmller, 99A062
DepUty D .11.. , Invest:1gll.t:or, J.Surkhalter

Elisha Encinias, dob 2-23-83 Control lj; 2861


5686 S. Lowell
Littleton, co. 80123
ih. 303-734-1014

This investigator was assigned a followup interview with Elisha


after it was reported she may have seen a suspect in the cafeteria.

lUbha stated her first interview was at the triad set up at the
scene and she spoke with l?BI agent Mike Barnett. and JCSO detect.ive
Jack: McFadden.

Elisha was informed that someone thought she had stated seeing Joe
Stair in the cafeteria prior to the shooting at CBS. EliSha stated
She didn' t see , but heard someone during the shooting
state, . . . Where are you? I got three of them." The shooter
then laughed. Elisha stated she heard this from the greenroom where
she was hiciing with others and the sound of the voice came from the
common area going toward the Library from the Cafeteria. She stated
she ciidn' t recognize the voice.

Elisha then reiterated her involvement at cas. She stated she is a


sophomore at the school and was in the Cafeteria during 4th. period,
A-lunch, from 11:10 A.M. until 11,40 A.M. Elisha was sitting at
table T with Michelle Cowles anel several other people. ~

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Elisha stated they were eating their lunch when a girl, she
identified frcm the '99 year book, Courtney Haulman ran into the
cafeteria from outside, using the South door. Courtney Haulman said
someone waS shooting someone outside. At this same time a custodian
yelled for everyone to get down.

Elisha went on to say a bomb went off outside and everyone got up
and she grabbed Ryan Pool's hand and started upstairs, but got
separated from Ryan.

El1sha stated she was running next to a teacher up the !itairs whom
she believed to be Mr. Sanders. As she and Mr. Banders turned at
the top of the stairs to go right and then down the hall in front of
the library a gunman began shooting at them from beyond the library
closer to the double outside doors on the West side. At this t1me
Elisha stated Mr. Sanders fell and she turned to run the other way.
Elisha ",ent on to say another teacller, MIl. Miller yelled to get up
and run. Elisha stated she ran into Ms. Williams' room and told
them and then they all went into the greenhouse from Ms. Williams'
room.

Elisha. stated upon entering the greenhouse, Dorian Salazar was


timing the whole thing and it went from 11:25 A.M. until rescued by
SWAT at 2:45 or 3:00 P.M.

Elisha was asked to describe the gunman. She stated he was a W-M,
0'2", dark brown hair, shoulder length with a black hat on, the bill
of the hat was in front. He was wearing a black trench coat and had
on dark clothing, holding a gun, black with two handa and firing it
rapidly. 1l1isha ..tated she saw the gunman near the double doors
from the West side before the doors into the library.

Elisha stated when she was in the greenhouse she also heard a gunman
say; 'You're all going to die, you're all going to die." Then she
heard laughter. Blisha stated this happened about 4S lllinutes after
being in the greenhouse.

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Blisha stated she recalled telling students in the greenhouse that
the shooters were from the trench coat mafia.

Blisha /;ltated she left her brown sandal with high heels in the
greenhouse. She stated they are a size 8.

She also stated she left a shoulder book bag, blue with a brand name
that starts with an A at table 'I' in the cafeteria. She stated it
contai:ils papers with her name on them and 1-$10 bill and 3-$1 dollar
bills in it.

The interview was concluded at this time.

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CASE1199-7625
REPORTING AGENCY: JC80 ,.-
REPORTING OFFICER, DEPUTY STEVE LUCIANO...J. '- ,
DATEOFTHISREPORT: H-&-99
CONTROL #5065

WITNESS:
Encinias, Elisha, DOB/2-23-83
5686 S. LowellBlvd.
Littleton, Co. 80123
303-734-1014

INVESTIGATION:
On 11-3-99 Columbine HighSchool student ElishaEnciniaswas re-interviewed
at 5686S. Lowell Boulevard, bet mother, Deanne Encinias, was presentduring
the interview. The purposeof the interview was to clarify Elisha's observations
during the 4-20·99 shootings at Columbine High School.

Elisha was first interviewed on 4-20-99 at about 1400 by Agent Jerry Meansof
the CBI. In that interview Elisha reported seeingthreepeoplewith guns coming
intothe cafeteria,

Elisha was interviewed again on 4-26-99 by Investigator Mcfadden and Special


AgentMikeBarnell. In that interview Elishareported seeingtwo gunmen coming
in the west side doors as she and a teacher(nowknownto be Mr. Sanders) were
nmningdownthe hallway where the library is located. Elishareported that she
and the teacherwere beingshot at as they were running down the hallway. Elisha
reported seeingthe teacherfall and statedthat she also fell. Elisha got back up
and ran into a classroom.
As I beganmy interview with Elisha, I asked her if she still believed she saw
threepeoplewith guns coming into the cafeteria. Elishatold me no, that she
neversaw anyonecorning into the cafeteriawith guns. I then showedher the
report by AgentMeans and pointedout the part where it states she saw three
people with guns. Elishatold me that partof the report is not accurate, and she
doesn't recallmakingthat statement. Elishastatedthat she was in the cafeteria
when the shootingbegan. According to Investigator McFadden'sreport, Elisha
was seated at table "T". Elishastated that a female studentcame nmning into the
cafeteria from outsideyellingthat there were guys shooting people outside.
Elisha stated that she hid under the table she was sitting at and stayedunderthe
tablefor about one minute. Elisha then gut up and ran up the stairs and downthe
hallway towardsthe library. She stated that Mr. Sanders was with her and that he
was approximately two feet behind her. As she was running. Elishasaw a male
enterthe school from the westdoors. Elisha stated that the malewas tail, wearing
a black trenchcoat, and he bad long blackhair. (In Investigator McFadden's
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the male bad a black gun in his hand and beganshooting at her and Mr. Sanders. ...,tJ
Elisba describedthe shooting as "rapid fire.» Elishastated that she then turned
around and started to run beck towards the stairs, at which time she and Mr.
sanders both. fell. Elishagot up and raninto Mrs. Williams' Science room and
then hid with other students in the Green House room. Elishastatedthat she
remained in the Green House roomfor approximately 3 V, hours untilrescued by
SWAT.
Elisha told me that she is stillconfused aboutwhothe gunmanwas. I asked
Elisha if she knew Dylan Klebold and shestated no. I asked her if she had seen
Klebold at school. Elisha told me that she doesn't recall ever seeing Klebold at
school.
I then showedElishaa series of fourphotographa (44, 47,52,53) taken from the
video camera in the cafeteria. Photos 52 and 53 showDylan Klebold. After
viewing the photos, Elisha agreed thatthe person she sawshooting was Dy Ian
Klebold, Elishastill had some concern because she thought the personshe saw
had longblackhair. I explained to Elishathatwhenshesaw Dylan Klebold he
still had his trenchcoat on; additioaally, Klebold was wearing a blackbaseball
cap backwards. I further explained that the black bill of the baseball cap andthe
black collarofthe trench coat couldhavecertainly giventhe appearance of black
hair, especially giventhe fact that Elisha looked at the gunman for only a few
seconds before turning around to IUD in the opposite direction. Elishaagreed with
the explanation.
The interview was concluded with EIisba andher mother having no concerns in
reference to an additional gunman.

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Dae or eacscecocn 05 (is (1999

Crystal Michel Enney, DOe 0~(~3(19S1, 6385 South


Webster Street, Littleton, Colorado, telephone (303)972-3410, a
senior at Columbine High School, was interviewed at her home in
the presence of her mother, Mary Enney, by Special Agent (SA)
Ricky V, Wright regarding the incident that took place on
04(20(1999 at Columbine High School. After heing advised as to
the identity of the interviewing agent and the nature of the
interview, Enney prcvided the following informacion:
At approximately 11:10 am, Enney got out of philosophy
class, taught by Mr. Kritzer, and left the language and social
studies hall. Enney then walked to her locker, which is in the
south main hall across from the math department. Bnney stayed at
her locker and talked for two or three minutes with her friends,
Rachel Erbert and Dana Este.rak. Esterak then went to class and
Bnney and Erhert went directly to the cafeteria. Enney set her
bookbag at a lunchroom table (marked Q or X on diagram sketch),
got her lunc ack emembers that Kim /'
Wollenberg, Kirsten Youn, rianne Zimmer and Rachel Erber~were
all sitting at e t e. Enne. 'ing facing southeast.
Bnney thinks that Young was sitting facing southwest and
Wollenherg was sitting to Enneys right.
Enney had been eating about five minutes, when she
heard people yelling and saw Mr, Sanders by the northwest corner
of the cafeteria telling people to get down. Everyone then got
down under their tables. Enney heard a couple of shots, which
sounded like they were outside the cafeteria doors by the faculty
lounge. Bnney then hegan to scoot on the floor toward the
stairs. Enney heard a couple of more shots and then everyone
started to get up and run. Bnney jumped up and ran as well. She
ran up the stairs, then east down the hall, and out the exit at
the end of the hall. Once outside, Enney ran across Pierce
Street to Leawood Park.
Enney was also in the cafeteria during second period.
She was sitting by herself at one of the tables near the serving
lines. Enney thinks she was there from apprOXimately 8:35 am to
9:~0 am, Enney estimates that there were 30 students in the
cafeteria during second period. Enney did not see the gunmen
during the shooting and did not remember seeing any large duffle

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bags sitting in the cafeteria during lunch or second period.


Ermey did not know Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. Ermey did know
. . . . - and Robyn Anderson a little, but as far as she knows
~ave any indication tbat anything was going to happen
that day.
Enney does not have an Internet screen name. On the
day of the shooting, Ermey was wearing a blue t-shirt, blue
jeans, and sandals. Ermey heard from Tiffany Lien that she was
also in the cafeteria the day of the sbooting. Lien and some
other girls hid in a stall within a cafeteria bathroom and saw
one of tohe gunmen pacing tohe stalls. The gunman apparentoly shot
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Jeffersoo County #99.7625

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09:45brs This subject wasInterviewed by Denver Police depilltlTlenl detective P W.S<:01l 68139.
During the interview Rachel related the following informancn:

She is • senior at Columbi:oe High Scbcol and drives to school paricillg her car in me
senior parking lot On the dayof me incidenl she arrived at oppm_ly 07;45 brs,
and entered the building bythe main emrance (fronl door). Shedid notobserve
anyrJ:ti:og unusual or OUI of place.

Rachel storedshe takes"A" lunch and on !his dare blought her Iu""h with her Shewas
shown. map of tae lunchroom and seated shewas at table "Q" wmch shedesignated oy
marking an X and then signed hername. Shewas silting at the 10:00 c' clockposition.
Wben was siltingwllhC'Ystal Enney, Kristetl Young, Bri Zi:oamer ..d Kim Woil.nberg.

Rachel related mal some [aaiscrs ranoy telling the people to got down. Believing it to
be a ..niorprankRache! and her mend gel under the tablear whicb timeshe beard an
explosion coming from the 0 _ courtyard. While in this position Rachel relate d she
did not observe lillY large ball' or backpacks in her vicuril)'. Racbel relaled the S1UdelllS
around her then began 10 ron and she followed the crowd running up the stairs10 the
second floor. When shegot to thetopof tbe stairs sne looked to berright andobserved
a boy in the hall by the library who wastrying tojump OUI of the of gun sbOtS and Mr.
Sanders down on the floor bleeding from his face and back. It appeared he had been
shce, Rachel when questioned aboUI !hi. sWedshe did not see either K1ebold or Hams
at this time.

Rachel connneed rc run sown the main Il.1lII ""d then into the Math haJl then went OUI
in'" Leawood Park.

At tbe and of tlle interview Rachel said ,be has amend. Catherine Nelson who told her
tile foUowing information: She{C:ttherine) sometime prior to the incident was ina
room(Band-room) withDustin Gorton. Dustin was playing wh:h • bottle of compressed
gas. Catherine tOld himto SlOp and Duson explainedthe gas could never blowup
Dustin, _ fur1ller thatPropane gasis very combustibie and went on toelaborate 00
tios theme to some exte.t

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TEAl'1 FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
lVfiNIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I. Oldyou . _ see til. tw<) luge duJfol bags in tlle cafOlllli. ?


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2. Did you .... atlY01lO canyillg or ill tbIl possession of ee.. duffOl bap. at • ~01lS timlO ?

3, Dld you "'" Eric Hv:ris or l:lylan Klcbold .ilbel:' "" Mooday ~;';:;'daY? WbatWCEll tlloy doing?
Wbat didu:eysay? W"", tbIly witll ""YO" else ? No, T J d,~, i 'i£e \1v..;~
4. Did you reav. 3llY1lli1li bolIJnd in tlle caf.teria or allywhere elM ill tlle acbool ?
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prior week or weekend. ?

. / 1. Have you baard3ll)1lli.ng from....ybociy else about other ~ bomb lIla.k1IIll. /IlI.II bU)'lnc, etc. ?
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11. Have thell1llll1rl< wIlm t!lOy were sittlllg, their route Out of tile buildilliaodwhom t!lOy wore wilh (if
knowo)~

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do !lOt maintain 1/Iet it COilUins alt of the fecf3 or dImIIIr of the inoid""/; but only those 'acts about which I have ba""
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do not ma/ntaln rJuttit ccnt/lin$ .n af the f«:ts or details of rJut incident, but only those facts about which I Mve been
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Narrative:

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o rIC was u Id no ver 18 with him. She did say she had classes with Dylan but had not
really spentany time with him. She said she did know both Ericand Dylan were madefun them because
they wore their black tranch coats even on hot days. She said she ran with a differantgroup of people. She
said she wasconsidered popuiar in the school. Amy was a memberof the Home ComingRoyalty and
olayecl several sports. She told me she was In the cafetaliawhen the shooting started. She also told me
she had a meeting planed this moming with a investigator to dlscuss what happened.

Lead closed

Witness information:

Amy Evans deb 9-26·80


n14 W. Ontario. PI.
Uttl' . 'no ColOraod80123
ph ·973-4766

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Control N'll1ber~

ASSIGNED TO:
Agen, Larry A Brown, Cclceado B.",.", of Invesnganon, 690 Kipling St., Suite4000, Denver, CO. 802125, ph"""
(303) 239-421 1.

OATEtI'IME of INTERVIEW: May 10. 1999,4:55 p.m,

PLACEof L'ITERVIEW: 7714 W,Omano PL.. Littleron, CO

DlsPosmON: INTERVIEW THE FOllOWINO:


AMY MICHELLE EVANS, OOll: 09-26-80,7714W, Ontario PL. Littletnn,CO, phone(303)9334766

EVANSstatedshe was seared in tile 'oul!Jeast cornerof tbe Columblne HighScbool cafeleli. wilen the in<:ident
began, EVANS said sne wassittingwithJamie ERICKSON, Tina BERNACCl, Malt OLIVER, and KeUy
ADMQN A. Sbe Was wearing a red tanktop with navybi•• and !>elg< ,tripes, bluejeans, and brownclog sryte
.b""". According to EVA'IS, sb••nteredtll. cafe"",. at apprn<illllltely II: II a.rn, and came from tile ScienceHall
aftet atten<ling Mr. FRIESEN'S class, EVANS stated sbe did llOl notice illlY duffel bOllS in the cafeteria. nor did she
see ..,\'OOe carryiog duffelbags in or neat tlleschccl prior to tlle incident.

EVANS Slated shedid not recallseeingHARRIS 0' KLEIlOLD 00 lbe dayof the 'booting or tile day before tile
sbooting. When asked if she spoke to any of tbe members of tile Trenc.IJ CoatMafi. ffCMJ prier to tile incident,
EVANSsaidsae spoke ro Bronks Brown on April 19 and 20.1999 EVANS ""d see and BROWN talked abourthe
promon April 19. 1999. On April 20, 1999,she also talked 10 BROWN during their first hour gym class,
Aocordlo to EVANS, B WN normal and indicated notllin out of character.

According 10 EVANS, she heardteacbers telliog people!O get downwhile she wasin the cafeteria, EVANS'aid
she walked toward,be windows wbenshe beardpopping uctsescorning from outside. EVANSstated sbe oriefly
saw • male wearing a blackll'e!lCb ""'" runningaroundoutside of tile cafeteria. She could not describethe person
and said shedid notsee a weapon. She thought it wasasenior prank asmany people expected seniors to start
playing pranks on one another Ut the school. When teaclJers said there wasgunfire. she wentback andtookcover
ullderneat!l ber table. Tescbers rben tolde".ryone to get OUt EVANS said sbe exited through the soutlleo$l
cafeteria door and tansoutheast through the schocl pazlting lot. She stated sbe ran to an unknown house about a
oin<:l< .way from the school, According to EVANS, sne did not look !>ack Of noticeanytlling other man lots of
studentsrunningfrom tile scbooI, EVANS said she left her heckpack ill tile cafeteria. She descnbeo Iter backpack
as lookingliloo • large blie/'cll.S. wid! ,traps. hlae in color.and Ila\'ing tile orandnameof 'Gap'. Thecon,en", were:
Beaneee" :;01lU1,. chelllisttY book. twO hookbin<!ers•• folder, 'tuden' handbook. dey planner.notepad, mak..up,
andher """en'identificatiOll, Insideof ner ,tuden, locker (cumber1804) near tile gym, ,be left someclothing
articles. She also stated she leftNikeshoes and her gymuniform inside of a locker in the gym dressingroom.

EVA,'lS statedshe used tile Internet bu' did no, havea screennameor leQ account. She also denindknowing
anyonewith a double pierced eyebrow. EVANS said see bad noreccdecnee of the "Phraseof tile day" broadcast
over tbe Rellel New, ~etWorl<. EVANS said ,he alway, sawZackHECKLER wtth KLEBOLD and HARRIS in tlle
scboolparlting lot. HECKLER always parkedIlisvehicle next ro KLEBOLO'S vehicle.

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I have read the forggctng statflmenr and thelMets contllined the(ein ,re tN' to the best ()f my knowledge and belief, !
do nor maintain that it contains all of the facts or detBJJS of the tncidem, bur only thoss tscrs about which J have been
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** UPDATED APRIL 28, 1999 **
TEAM FOURINTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Didjcu evee see ~ _large d ~ ill <he <af<llllria ?

2. Didyou see""yO'" carryillg or ill ~"e,~ of mO/110 duffel bap, al a previous lill>Il
3. DidyOu seeEric lWris or Dylatl104bold <idler ott Monday ofTuadal'? W1llu welll duly doing?
W1llu did ~y say 1 Wm they with ""yOllJ: else 1 .z::,.,.__ "'r T~ .sz;

4. DidyOu I""ve illlytllirlg i>ollilld iII the cafelllria or anyw!lore else iIllbosc!Iool?
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5. Who...... yOu with ill tlle cafewla ? Whorol """" you slttiag ?

6. Did you "'" or tllk to...y oflbo TrenchCoat Mll:Ila nJllllll>:n on M<lDday ? Tuesday? Howaboullhe
prior""""' or weeIr.wll ,I<.....fD
7. Ha.... lOU beard anytlIirlg li"om anybody olso abou' olhu SU5pIIltS, h<lmh l1I8Id1lg, II"" buyinx, 01<. ?
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8. What~O\l we:lring.:' PldJO!! ha.... a ba<:I:~? WhatdidIIlook like and! or haee illll? • ~G~"'r
"-IS, C:K",y r--.r~ ~C'p..~~~£:" 4,4.....,-.-..,..
9. How <lid you l..ve tile=fotoria or lbobuikllng. What """" lbe _ thatmode you I""ve ?
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10. Whattlm<> didxou ...... ~ cafelIIria ? Where did you CO"" li"om (prior to tlle c:UotmIa) 1
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11. Have t!lelIl:narlr. wbm duly "ore 'it!illg. <heir ttlU"" out of lbe buJldlnS and whom dulywore wi<h elf
J<nowo) ,

12. flowdidyou o:Ut me buJldlng? Where <Ild you go wbeo you go< out and wbatdidyou seeon lbe
00_ of tile buJldlng ,

13. Do you use ~ ltl_? If so, wb.ti. yOurscroen """'" 1 Do you have an rCQ (aka: I seoI< you !
similar to aollalline) ..."""'? )jt5:.r . ~';- .<""":>0..; ,;s:w~ N~
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14. Do10\1 mow atlyho<ly wi<h • "double pilm:od eyobro""?
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15. Didyou seeor bl!Ilt illIyunusual """"""Cll=ts prior to til. shcodnll" ? Do youknow wbat tlle
"Tbouillt oftlle d.ay 'IN!' 0_ tile Robel N<lW$ NotWOrl<1RNN) 1
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16. C... you proWle any _lnf'otmatlllll Oil the ""'mbm of tlle Trench COal Mafia ?

17. Asklbo plIIlllllS if tlloldds h..... told them mytlJlng.lso? Difl"etem?

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STATEMENT
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Summary of Statement.

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! ;'Bve reso the foregoing statement Md the facts cents/ned therein are true to the best of my /t.J1Cwfetige and belief, I
do not mlJintain that it cQntains all of the facts or dt1tails of the incident, but only thQ$e facts about which I have been
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** UPDATED APRIL28, 1999 **
TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

1. Didyou ever see thetwo large duffel bag> in til. eaferona ? jUD

2. Didyou seeany""ecanyillg or in ilIe po_lao of those duffel bap, '" a plllvious time ?
NO .
3. Did you .... Eric liJtmsor Dylan Kleboid either .0 Monday ofTuesday ? Wlllll wee tIloy dlling?
Wlutt did they say? W"", dley wiillmy"". ew;? A.IE'

4. ~~~~ranyw""else iothescltool?

5. ~"8.').~~...'¥£'1fu.43-~~~~
6. Old you see or tlllk to aoy ofthe T",neh Coat 'vlaliamembers on Mondey? Tuesday? How ahoul the
prtor week or",..l<eod? A.-O

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lwawo) ?

12. How did yOLl .xilllle buildiog? Where did you gowhen you gar outlllld wtlaL did you seeou the
outside of t!le buildlog ?

14. Do you Ial<lw .. ybudy widJ• "double pier<:ed eyebrow" ? ""'C

15. Didyou see or b"" lllly Ul1USualllllllouneomeOrs pliorto the sbooli1lp ? Do you know what ilJo
"Thought of theday was" overthe R4bel New, NelWer!< (1l1'1N)? .......:;)

16. Can yo. provide any tIlrtllerinfOl1llali<:lo ou the lIlImlber> of lIle T"'''''11 Co'" Mafia ?
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11. Ask me p......ts ifilJo kids have wid mom anyebiog else? Differelll?

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
:MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

L DidyoUVOf see dietwo 1argedu!l'el bop '" thecafetoria? ?til/Ilfl" Z't) /lA/) J«.R,(
2, oro you... ""yoM ~ or '" die p<:IS&l'SSlon of dI<l$I duffel. al a previ<lu$ time? WIi/ 11<:14? ;:',:; ~;r
3, oro you see EricHiuris or Dylan lQebold eithot on Monday of TUesday ? Wllat were!lley doing ?
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4, Did you 1<la.e lUlything bebind in the"ofe1lIria 0< anywbl:re else in the..boo!? If tJ

S. Wbo were you with in !lie cafetoria? WbI:re were yousilling? ;( y~,.) £ fh,.rcl1 e
6. Did )'Ou seeor talk 10 lilly of theT"""'b Coat Mafia lllOIIlben 00 Mooday? Toesday? How aboutthe
prior - " or _kend ? 11-6

7, Haveyou heard In)'lhing from lll1yb<>dy else about o/her5ll5JlO<ts, bomb lDlIIdDg. _ buy!Dc. eee, ? ;!7J
8. {'J('jWOlO ?u~ Didyou "ve•back pack ? Wbat did it look like aodI or bo'll'l ill it ?

9, ,fiJI"'" did you I...... the ca.IiItoria or thebulklillg? Whlll were the e"""" that llllld<t you lea.. ?
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II. Have l!lomOllltk wbl:re t!ltly~ sitting. dlmrlOU'" OUt of the bufldillg aodwbo",they were with (if
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12. How did you .:tit thebuildillg? WJ:l= did yougowilen you gotoutaodwhatdid you see00 the
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13. Do you .... the 1lI=et? If so. what is your"...., ...... ? Do you lJave "" lCQ (lib: 1 seekyou /
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14. 00 you know ooyOOOy wi!lla"duuble pierced eyebrow" 1 Iv-tJ

15, Did)'Ou ... or b.... auyUOoswUlIIlIlO=lIlOlIlS priorto the shootings? Do you10:>"", wbar the
"Tllouglll of die day w.... 0_ die _ NewsNerwotk (RNN) 1 Vf>

16. em youprovide my furthet infOltlllllioo on lb. """"'""" of die TtelICb CoatMafia? I/",?

17, Ask thepatOOlSifdlekidll ..ve toldthemanytbiagel5c? Dil'fmlIt?

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MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

L Did)'OU eversee tilll two Ilitge duffelbags in lbe cafeteria ?

2. Did ric""" ""yeoe ean:ying or ill lbe po_ion of lbose duffill bag>, at. previous tllne ?

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4. Old you leaveanything bellind in the cafeteriacr l\llywbere else in the seilool ?
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6. Did yousee ortalk '0 any of tileTrellCb Coat Mafla members o. Montlay? TlJlOSday ?'How iiliOut tilll
prior week or weekend' N0
7. !{ave you ileord anything frOll> anYbody else aboutodler ~ bomb lJItlkiIII" gIlD blly\n& etc. 1.
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14. Deyouknow anybody witll. "do.ble pietr:ed eyebtow" ?

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do not _ _• ltat it C<JIltIfins all of tM faCtff. or datal/(; of tn« incident, but onty those htt:tts abtxIf which I have been
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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE ~
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

I, vid you everseethe two largeduffel biliiS in thecafeteria ? N:J

2. Did you seeaayece calT}ing or in thepossession of thoseduffel bags, ata previous time ? /J::J

3. Didyou see Eric Harris or Dylan Klebold eil:!ler onMonday ofTuesday ? Wharwere theydoing ?
What did they say? Were they with aeyceeelse? ";0

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6. Did you see or talk to any of the Trencb Coat Mafia members 011 Monday? Tuesday? How .bunl tile
prior week or w~d ? 1\:0

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8. What wereyou wearing? Didyou have a back pack ? What did it look JJ.IclO and I or bave in it ?
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9. Howdid you leave tile cafeteria orthe building? What were thee_1S that made you leave 1
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12. Can you provide any funberinfol'OlllQon 00 the melDbe:s of the Treor;!l COat Malia ? No;

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TEAM FOUR INTERVIEW GUIDELINE
MINIMAL QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED

L Didyou ever ""lbe _large <!tdfel bags in dle cafeOlria? \10


2. Didyou see auyo""carrying orin til. possession of Illn.. dllll'ol bap, "a Pl"'viollS liIno? 'N 0
3, Did you .... Eric Ham, or Dylan Klobold oidleron Monday o(Tuesday? What wore they doillg ?
What did Illey say? Wore I!loy witllanyone else? NO
4, Didyou leave an)'lhillg bebilul in Ibe cafeOlria or anywbere else in Ibe sdIool? '2oc\: . ~t:; \ n rofe1tnG
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5. .Who wore yo. witllln Illl cifeOlria? Whot. 'i""" yo,!silliog • ~ . -"::J ,
)\klanl I bra.ra I I ti\t'.'(, u:u..uen, \XJ.J~le . I l»1S $I-Hiro bttl..Ue€.ll l.()Jj,fen cut:!
6, Didyou see or talk to myoilllo T"'lICb Ceot Malia lllOmbers on Monday? ru..&y? Howaboutlbe Ale:<-
prior week or _eod? l\\O '
7. Haveyou board anylbi.ng fromanybody else about<>thor suspects,bomb Jl1llldn&, gun ~ ole. i N\J
8. What WOto youwearing? Didyouhave a backpack? Wbat did it looklike andI or bav. in it ?
N1\ll) b'U:. Cl1& o..ro D.. 'S,1\l,.;tf '.;p.tV£:;r. 1,1t:?>, a ~n ecolE. Bc...\.lcc c.cots,
,2, ~ How did you Jeave 1be cafeteria or theboilding. Whatwe"" tite e."ms'tluitmodo you loa... ? QInc1tfS nC\&
l1JS\ lJ..Dtt't Steu..r, fC\..:(\ DDwn laM rDl\J..CO-u.. scrn..:::Cre. "'\DI() us'"tc
10,. Wbat tilDe din youemerthec:!fotetia ? Whm did you ciidlo from (priortoJilecafeOlria) ? f\..U\.
r1\l+ II CO, corne: '1,'I'"Qni D,urn \'lIY~
~vo thOIlt made waere they were sitting. tbl,i>Jio"", OU'Qfilie1;'ri.ilding ill1<! whom caey were with (if
known) ?

12, How did you ..'tit <?o bull.d!llg? Where di'\ vou g~. wllen}'<lU got our~ wbar din you see on tIlo ,
outsido ofillo bUilding? I<...I'\..T\ CI..tt J+e ,:>1 de. ClOer, lJ..:.ex\;\, 1<.::: port. Q..f:XCJ::S
';+reef, I Dil\.\..! WO.fd C1I \J(\ 3rctS nrYi e'ip,\ORIlJe.
13. Do you uselbolDrorn.!r? If so. what is yO.t-saoon name? DoyoubaY. .n!CQ (lllol: I SOel< you I
'itnilat to a cbat line) account? ~

14. Do you koowaDybody With. "double pieteedeyebrow" ? \J:)

15. Didyou see or bo01 aDy unusual an""uoeo""",lS priorttl tho 'Oooting$? Doyouknow wbatIllo
0.,,'
''Theugllt o( Illo <lay w>:i' tho Robel New, Norwotk (R/'lN) ? 'Nt;
,6 Canyouprovide my futtllorinfermalioo 00 tho molXlben oilbo T.....h CoatMafia? ~()

{j) Asktllo p....rs if tllo kids have told til"'" aDyrhi.tlg else ? Difl'orollt?

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FISHER, C.

JC'001- 002992
Colorado State Patrol
Investigative Services Section
Columbine Hip S~hoollncident
Date or Report: OSJl)$/9? COlllrOl Number: 13;9

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!'my Powell I Miellae.lldliieo

lnllll'View of Ch3rl<:s Keith Fisher. DOB: 07130183, 7387S, Nculand St. Littleton, Colo_,

On May -I, Im at approximately 11,4' AM, we ~ CbaJIe5 Fislmr at his be",", Fislmrstllte<1 bewas in tho
cafeteria on \l4120199, He had jUJIl purc!lllllcd his lunch and""" SIill in the pul'OIwe line whom William Beck came
_ 8 intO tho cafelerja andswed ~ jUJIl shot SOIIlebo<Iy olllSlde,

At aboutIms timeMr, Sandcl$ stmod...uing every_ III get down, Fisher swed everyono IIllI downand triedIII
hide, T1>ly could lmro _ going off and shots bemgJim1 FisherstalOdlhe 1I"'llI']", W1I$ in tall back tOWiltdll
the lcitI::hen to a small hallway ..Iliel> took thom Ltllll the ilUdl101'lum, T1>ly eroste<1lhe stage"ont down a hall way
and lhen outslde

Fis!let at no time sa" alIj'OllO W1tb anyweapon$,

Fisher advised he breaks for lunchat II 10 AM, _er, on 04120/99 Ire noededlll see"""mer teacher before ilo
ctlUkIlIll to lheIUllCh room wnm he wenllo seetho_ she 'Ml.S _ so he went on downto tho l_h room

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JC.oo1.002996
TEAM FOUR INT£RVIEW GUIDELINE
f?Jd ,4 t2~ MINIMAL QUESTIONS TODE ASKED

1. Did you ever set: the two largeduffelbagsin thecaferena '} !v'C

2, Did you see anyone <,.-rying or ill the possession of theseduffelbags. ara prev,oe. erne? lJ0

3 Did yousee EricHlltl'i. or DylanKlelrold eitheron Monday ofTuesday , Whll.l were they dcing ?
What dill they ",y? Were they will! anyone else? :r; (>(,,,./7 it»"""': ~ ,

4. Did you leave l1I1yrhitlg behind in the cafererin or anywhere else in the school ?

5. Who were you with in mecaferena ? where wereJOY sining '1 I "Z. "Z.I e:r;J
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6. Didyou see or mlk to :my -of the Trench COOt Mafiamembers on Monday? Tuesday? Howaboutthe
prior week or weekend? }..If...,

7. Have you heard nnything from anybody else about other suspects, bomb making, gun buying, etc.: ,v C

9. How did you leave the cafeteria or the bui.l<:l.mg ? wberthe evears that made you leave ?
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to. 'Mial' rime did Y<lU enter the cafeteria 1 'Where did you COttle from (prior to the cafeterin) ?
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12, Can you provKie:my further information on (he members of theTrench CoatMafia? AJc

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JC-001.002997
FONCANNON, j(

JC.()()1- 002999
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

5/27/99
Kent Thomas FONCANNON was interviewed at his residence,
5153 S. Cody Street, Littleton, Colorado on May 12, 1999 at
approximately 8:45 AM. He was advised of the personal and
professional identity of the writer and the purpose for the
interview. FONCANNON's parents, Thomas and Barbara FONCANNON
were present during the interview.
FONCANNON advised that he is a freshman at Columbine
High Sohool and has 'A" lunch, FONCANNON stated that on April
20, 1999 he entered the oafeteria at approximately 11:15 AM,
coming from math olass. FONCANNON sat at a table along the west
wall of the oafeteria. He viewed a diagram of the cafeteria
provided by the writer and stated that he believed he had been
sitting at table "TT". FONCANNON sat at the table for what he
estimated to be approximately fifteen minutes before getting inte
the cafeteria servinq line to bUy lunch. FONCANNON estimated
that the time was approximately 11:30 AM when he got into the
line.
While standing in the line FONCANNON observed student
Chris MARKHAM running through the cafeteria from west to east
yelling, <Get out of here!" FONCANNON heard what he believed to
be several shots, perhaps two or three, outside the west windows
of the cafeteria. He described the sounds as being like
firecrackers going off.
FoNCANNON then saw Mr. SANDERS run by from east to
west, and go out the west door near the faculty lounge. As he
did he told everyone to get down. FONCANNON stated ~~at he did
not know what was going on and crouched down where he was.
FONCANNON advised that everyone suddenly began running
eastbound toward the stairs. He remained in the cafeteria by the
kitchen for approximately two to three minutes, then ran to the
doors on the south side of the oafeteria. FONCANNON heard what
he believed to be five or six additional shots, and ran back into
the back ef the kitchen area. FONCANNON advised that he heard a
lot of additional shots or explosions, and at one point felt that
he felt some type of shOCk wave,

5/12/99

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by Agent Frank R. VaneceK, CBr


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