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Narrative: On 04/20199 at approximately 1500 hours I was dispatched to Columbine High Schobl to deliver
fresh radio batteries that I had remeved from various sergeants' radios at the station. I arrived at 1506
hours and distributed the batteries to various perimeter units. At that time I relieved Sergeant Nate Miller
who was on scene from the original Watch I response to the call. Sergeant Heffner was also on scene.
Our responsibilities included maintaining a perimeter north and west of the school in Clement Park.

Shortly after 1900 hours, I was contacted by Agent Toby Maez who had been given a letter by a citizen
named Robert Wallaoe. Mr. Wallace said he found a seaied lelter near 7605 W. Colfax Ave and after
reading its contents called LPD. Agent Maez felt it might be relevant to the investigation at the scncol. I
instructed him to book the original (preserved for prints) into our property unit and to have someone
transport a copy to me at Clement Park. A second copy was provided by me to John Klckbush at Clement
Park.

Upon examining the letter is was found to be addressed to:

The Most Beautiful Woman in Albany


Ms. Bree Rossevna Edwards
p.a Box 154
Albany, N.Y. 12202

The return address was:

Alex Manindrovich Bhagal


7 Wilbur sr JC- 001-009109
Aibany, N. Y. 12202

The first page of the letter is dated "Monday 4/19". The letter seems to be a travelog at the beginning but
on the bottom of page three the writer mentions "Liberel Girl" saying she is from Mount Vernon, N.Y. and is
a 10" grader. The letter says Ihat 'She's leading a meeting here about school shootings, and leading the
Peace Activation Group going to Columbine High School." The letter goes on to mention that "We might
get some national broadcasting out of this, which is great". Later, the write says that 'Liberal girl was quite
Impressive. I told her she'll definitely get on national TV. Then she started talking repeatedly about people
being made aware." 'Made aware of what exactly?' "Of school shootings'. The writer had knowledge that
'these kids had bullet-proof body armor and uzi semi-automalic weapons and it was theIr parents!" The
leller is signed "I love you, Alex".

A' <>oproximately 2200 hours on 4120/99 I responded to Leawood Elementary Scl100l at the request of the
J a S,O. i contacted Lt. John Dunow and Dep. Warren (J.L. Warren?). Information was related to me
that had been obtained from an interview with an associate of the two deceased suspects. . According to
the individual being interviewed, several other SUbjects were involved with the planning and execution of
the shootings at Columbine High School. He further related that the group had planned on committing
similar shootings on 4121 at Bear Creek High School and Chatfield High School. During my eenversations
with Dunow and Warren I mentioned the letter that had been found and I asked them to question their
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informant about its contents. Deputy Warren returned a short while later and stated that the subject had
seen it before. I am not certain at this point if he meant the subject had seen the aclualletter or just the
various phrases with,n the letter. The informant had pointed out poems. a quote from WW and n.
terminology used in a movie entitled '6 Things To Do in Denver When You're Dead". According to Deputy
Warren, the informant indicated to him that Alex was a student and that Erio Harris or one other subject in
the group, whose name I do not recall, had 'helped' her write the leiter.

Warren went on to say that 'Liberal Girl" referred to in the letter was Alex according to the informant. As
mentioned earlier, the letter referred to liberal girl being on national TV. In the press coverage of the
shootings by the Rocky Mountain News, they interviewed a female student named Alejandra •Alex" Marsh
who is 16 years of age, which would be consistent with 'liberal girl" being referred to in the letter as a 10'"
grader The article is en pages 16A-18A of the 4/21/99 issue. Marsh is quoted as saying she saw
someone she knew with a shotgun and that he was more than capable of doing this. She is further quoted
as saying 'He had spoken of doing something like this, but in an almost jesting kind of waY'. I have also
seen this Alex Marsh on television segments aired by the media. All of this may be consistent with the
'national broadcasting" referred to in the letter and the mentioning of liberal girl being on TV.

0,. .122199 I checked with directory assistance and found that the return address an the letter is a varia
address listed to Alexis Bhagat with a telephone number of 1-518-427-7249. On cheoking for a Bree
Edwards, to wham the letter was addressed, directory assistance found only one S. Edwards listed in
Albany. That person was listed at 243 Elm Sl with a telephone number of 1-518-434-4808. I have made
no attempt to call these numbers or otherwise contact the residents.

(There is the possibility that this letter may have been written over a two day period, as there is a line
across page 3 about 3/4 of the way down. That may account for some cf the knowledge of body armor and
uzi's mentioned in the narratlve.)

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INVESTIGATION:
ON 04/20/99 AT APPROX 1200 HRS DETECTIVE MCGLYNN AND I RESPONDED TO THE
AREA OF COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL IN REFERENCE TO A MULTIPLE SHOOTING AT THE
SCHOOL, UPON OUR ARRIVAL WE WERE DIRECTED TO RESPOND TO SWEDISH HOSPITAL TO
INTERVIEW VICTIMS WHO WERE BEING 'rRk"lSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL FOR TREATMENT
OF THEIR INJURIES, WHILE ENROUTE TO SWEDISH HOSPITAL WE WERE ADVISED THAT
WE WERE TO RESPOND, INSTEAD, TO LITTLETON HOSPITAL, WE ARRIVED AT LITTLETON
HOSPITAL AT APPROX 1300 ERS AND MET DETECTIVE GREENWELL THERE.
DETECTIVE MCGLYNN AND I FIRST SPOKE TO V-DANIEL STEEPLETON, STEEPLETON HAD
AN APPARENT GUNSHOT WOL~ TO HIS LEFT KNEE, SEE REPORT BY DETECTIVE MCGLYNN
FOR DETAILS OF TrtE INTERVIEW, STEEPLETON'S CLOTHES WERE COLLECTED BY ME AND
DETECTIVE MCGLYNN, AND WERE LATER BOOKED AT LPO.
I NEXT SPOKE TO V-MkXAI HALL. MY CONVERSATION WITH HALL WAS VERY LIMITED
DUE TO HIS INJURIES AND THE FACT THAT HE WAS BEING READIED TO BE AIRLIFTED
TO ST.ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL, V-HALL SUFFERED APPARENT GUNSHOT WOUNDS TO HIS
NECK AND RIGHT KNEE.
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V-HALL TOLD ME THAT HE OBSERVED TWO SUSPECTS. ONE SUSPECT WAS IDENTIFIED AS
DILLON (LAST UW,(J. THE SECOND MALE WAS UNKNOWN TO V-HALL. V-HALL INDICATED
THAT THE SUSPECTS WERE ARMED WITH SHOTGUNS, AN "UZI" , POSSIBLE PISTOLS, AND
uBOMBS". V-HALL WAS UNABLE TO TELL ME ANYMORE, AND WILL NEED TO BE
RE - INTERVIEWED.
I COLLECTED V-BALL'S CLOTHING AND BOOKED IT AS EVIDENCE AT LPD.
AT APPROX 1430 HRS I COLLECTED THE CLOTHING FROM VICTIM JENNIFER DOYLE.
DOYLE WAS BEING TREATED FOR A.'l APPARENT GUNSHOT WOUND TO HER RIGHT RAND.
V-DOYLE WAS INTERVIEWED BY DETECTIVE GREENWELL. I LATER BOOKED V-DOYLE'S
CLOTHING INTO THE LPD PROPERT tiNIT AS EVIDENCE.
AT APPROX 1440 HRS VICTIM JOYCE JANKOWSKI ARRIVED AT THE HOSPITAL.
V-JANKOWSKI IS A TEACHER AT COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL. JANKOWSKI HAD AN INJURY
TO HER LEFT KNEE AND ABRASIONS TO HER BACK AFTER SHE FELL FROM THE CEILING
IN THE TEACHER'S LOUNGE.
V-JANKOWSKI PROVIDED TF~ FOLLOWING INFORMATION. JANKOWSKI INDICATED THAT
SHE FIRST BECAME AWARE OF A PROBLEM WHEN SHE WAS NOTIFIED OF SOME TYPE OF
COMMOTION AND LOOKED OUT THE ONLY WINDOW IN THE LOUNGE. THE WI~~OW FACES
THE WEST. JANKOWSKI INDICATED THAT SHE OBSERVED TWO DOWNED STUDENTS. SHE
THEN HEARD SEVERAL PCPS, LATER DETERMINED TO BE GUNSHOTS, AND SCREAMS FROM
TP~ AREA OF THE WEST DOORS. JANKOWSKI STATED THAT SHE HEARD SEVERAL
GUNSHOTS AND SCREAMS FROM THE CAFETERIA. SHE STATED THAT SHE HID IN THE
FACULTY ROOM BATHROOM WITH THREE OTHER ADULTS AND THREE STUDENTS. THEY
LOCKED THE DOOR AND TURNED OUT THE LIGHTS.
JANKOWSKI DESCRIBED HEARING SEVERAL LOUD BANGS, LATER DETERMINED TO BE
EXPLOSIONS, AND SEVERAL MORE GUNSHOTS. THERE WAS ONE VERY LOUD EXPLOSION
AND THE LIGHTS WENT OFF. SHE STATED THAT SHE COULD SMELL NATURAL GAS.
V-JANKOWSKI STATED THAT THEY COULD HEAR "METAL" BEING MOVED AROUND IN THE
CAFETERIA, BUT THAT THEY COULDN'T H~ ANY SCREAMING ANYMORE. V-J&~KOWSKI
DESCRIBED HEARING VOICES OF MORE ~~ ONE PERSON Ou~SIDE THE LOUNGE. SHE
STATED THAT THEY THOUGHT IT WAS THE POLICE, BECAUSE THE VOICES SPOKE IN A
CONTROLLED TONE WITH LITTLE EMOTION. JANKOWSKI STATED THAT THEY REALIZED IT
WASN'T THE POLICE WHEN THEY LOOKED OUT THE WINDOW AND SAW T¥~ POLICE FAR
AWAY ON THE PERIMETER.
JANKOWSKI STATED THAT THEY KEpT HEARING SPORADIC EXPLOSIONS FROM WITHIN T.~E
SCHOOL. SHE STATED THEY TRIED TO USE A PHONE IN THE FACULTY LOUNGE, BUT
THAT IT WASN'T WORKING. JANKOWSKI STATED THAT SHE AND ANOTHER STUDENT,
SEAN NAUSMAN, CLIMBED UP INTO THE FALSE CEILING FROM THE BATHROOM.
JANKOWSKI FELL THROUGH THE CEILING INTO THE LOUNGE AND INJURED HERSELF. SHE
STATED T.~T THEY EVENTUALLY LEFT THE SCHOOL WHEN THEY FELT THEY WERE SAFE
TO DO SO. JANKOWSKI STATED THAT SHE ~~VER OBSERVED THE GUNMEN. ,
JANKOWSKI WAS VERY EMOTIONAL AND DIFFICULT TO FOLLOW, AT TIMES. A SECOND
INTERVIEW, IF NEEDED, IS RECOMMENDED. JANKOWSKI'S INJURIES WERE
PHOTOGRAPHED BY THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE CRIME LAB.
DETECTIVE MCGLYNN AND I LATER BOOKED CLOTHING THAT WAS COLLECTED BY
DETECTIVE GREENWELL. CLOTHING BELONGING TO AUSTIN (NO FURTHER), STEPHANIE
MUNSON, AND PATTY NEILSON WAS BOOKED INTO THE LPD PROPERTY UNIT AS

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ALL THE VICTIMS, EXCEPT STEEPLETON (IN SURGERY) AND HALL (TRANSPORTED TO
5T. A' si , WHO WERE TREATED AT LITTLETON HOSPITAL HAD THERE INJURIES
PHOTOGRAJ?HED BY THE ARAPAHOE COIlNTY S. O. CRIME LAB. ARAPAHOE COUNTY
DETECTIVES WERE ALSO ON SCENE AND ASSISTED WITH INTERVIEWS OF THE VICTIMS.
NO FURTHER INFORMATION AT THIS TIME.
SEE MCGLYNN'S REPORT FOR ADDITIONAL WITNESS INFORPATION.

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LAKEWOOD POUCE DEPARTMENTSUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
..ORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-39958
VICTIM: STEEPLETON, DANIEL DATE OF REPORT: 04-21·99
OFFENSE:ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

INVESTIGATION:
On 04·20·99, Detective Hal Shucard and I were responding to the area of Columbine High SChooL We
were requested by Sgt. Miller to respond to Swedish Hospital and interview victims of the shooting that had
occurredat the sehcot. Prior to our arrival at Swedish Hospital, we were divertedto Littleton Hospital, We arrived
there at 1300 hours and wens advised that thnse victims were currentlyin the emergency room,
Detective Greenwell was alnsady on scene and was Interviewing one of the victims, Stephanie Munson, -
Detective Shucard and I were directed to one of the emergency room care lI!1ils where we met with Danlel-
Steepieton, DaB: 01·3()"82. We observedthat Steepleton's clothing had already been cut off of him and that he
suffered an injury on his left knee, Daniel Steepleton Is a junior at ColumbineHigh School.
Daniel Steepleton told us that he had beenInthe libraryat Columbine High Schoolwhen he heard several
loud bangs, He saidthat a teacherthen came running into the libraryyelling, "they have guns", Steepleton said
that he then heard more shots, He saidthat all of the studentseithertried to run or hid under tables. He saidthat
suspects then came into the library. They demanded that kids with while ball caps stand up. He said that he
was then shot in the knee and fell to the ground. After he !ell to the ground, he heard the students throwing,
"bombs at people". He said that he heard someone yell "get our' and he got up and ran out of the library.
Steepleton said that he knew the people involved, not by name, but by a gang they are assoetated with
known as the "Trench coat Mafia". He said that one of the students the! was shootingwas Dylan. He described
the two suspectsaswearing longtrenchcoats, With baseball capson backwards. Hesaidthat he thought one had
long hair, He said he believed he was shot from about a distance of 15 It. and that he was shot with silolglln,
As Steepleton was taking cover In the library, he heard one of the suspects yell as they came in, "this is
for the lour years of bull shit we had to put up with". He said then one of them yelled, "everyone with a while hal
stand up". He said that they were both shooting at people Inthe libraryand couldn't identify the person that shot
at him, but he thought it was Dylan.
Steepleton said that after he was shot, he had gone down and was laying down with his head down and
he heardone of the suspects yell, "stand up nigger boy". Steepleton again said that he didn't look up to see what
was going on but then heard a gun shot. He then heard one of the suspectssay, "I alwayswanted to do this" and
then he heard them mention something about a knife. He didn't look up to see what was going on. He said that

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
'ORTING AGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-39958
VICTIM: STEEPlETON, DANIEL DATE OF REPORT: 04-21·911
OFFENSE: ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

throughout the course of the time in the library, he heard the suspects yelling, "die...get on the 1I00r".
Steepleton said that the weapona that he saw included a shotgun, some type of automatic Of semi-
automatic machine pistol, hand-made bombs that hada fuseand ducl< tapethat needed to be lit before they were
thrown at people, and both suspects were carrying backpacks, which he believed they were getting the bombs
from. Daniel Steepleton's clothing was seized bythe Lakewood Police Department. The injury to his knee turned
out to be a Shotgun blastandthree pellets wereremoved during surgery andturned overto the Arapahoe County
Crlminallstlcs unit. No photoswere taken of Mr. Steepleton because he was transported to surgery priorto the
arrival of Arapahoe County Criminalislics.
Other students andfaculty thatwereon scene atthe hospital wereidentified as Jennifer Doyle, Nick Foss,
Steven Eubanks, Mal<ai Hall, Stephanie Munson, and Joyce Jankowski. Jennifer Doyleand Stephanie Munson
wereintelViewed byDetective MikeGreewell. Makai Hal and Joyce Jankowski wereinterviewed by Oetective Hal
Shucard. The other victims were interviewed by representatives of Arapahoe County Sheriff's Department
hing recovered by the Lakewood Police Department and booked, came from Jennifer Doyle, Daniel
Steepleton, Makai Hal, and Stephanie Munson. See Detectives Greenwell's and Shucard's reports for further
information.

WITNESS LIST:
1. Steepleton, Daniel (01-30-82)

Mother. Susan Steepleton Father. David Steeplelon,

2. Investigator James Rasmussen


Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office, 5666 So. Court PI., Littleton, CO 60120,303-734-5101

3. Investigator Kevin Heston


Arapahoe County Sheriffs Office, 5686 So, Court PI., Uttleton, CO 60120, 30:;..734-5101

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I.Al<EWOOD POLICEDEPARTMENT SUPPleMENTAl. REPORT
.PORTINGAGENT: GEORGE MCGLYNN CASE NUMBER: 99-39958
VICTIM: STEEPlETON, DANIEL DATEOF REPORT: (14-21.99
OFFENSE: ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

4. Investigator Paul Goodman


ArapahoeCounty Sheriff's Office, 5586So. court PI., Littlelon, CO 80120, 303-734-5101

6, InvestigatorBruce Isaacson
Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office, 5686 So. Court PI., Lillleton, CO 80120,303-734-5101

6. Lab Technician Laura Delong


Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office, 5686 So. Court PI., Littleton, CO 60120,303-734-5101

7. Lab Technician Diane Cloys


Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office, 5865 So. Court PI., Lillleton, CO 60120,303-734-5101

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LAKEWOOD POLIce DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAl. REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: QUINN WILHELM CASE NUMBER: 99-38866
VICTIMS: DATE OF REPORT: 04123199
FENS!: ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

On 0412119~ at approximately 0545 hours I was placed in a temporary stand by mode until it
was determined exactlyWhat procedures would be followed once the crime scene was completely
cleared of explosive devices. While waiting I assisted other investigators with obtaining license
numbers. VINs and descriptions of vehicles in the northeast parking lot. All these vehicles were
given a cursory search for explosive devices, any vehioles of a suspicious nature or which contained
items which could contain an explosive devicewere marked for later examination by bomb scene
technicians.
Later in the day I was instructed to stage with a crew of detectives led by West Metro Drug
Task Force Sergeant Ray Borris. Our assignment was the perimeter of the school Which was
examined for shell casings, bulletfragments, bomb debris etc. When a piece of evidence was
located it was marked with a flag and the search continued. Areas covered in this search included
the teachers parking lot, the area west of that lot circling around to the south to the area taped off
and being handled by the FBI. This area WQuld be immediately west of a set of double doors which
itained considerable gunfire and bomb debris. Also included In this search was the grassy area
immediately to the south and southeast of the school to inclUde the parking lot immediately to the
south of the school circling around to the southwest. License numbers, VINs and descriptions of all
the vehicles in the parking lot were obtained. Also noted were any vehicles which sustained any type
of prOjectile damage. The vehicle lists were given to Sgt. Borris
At approximately 1705 hoursSgt. Ray Borris instructed me to assist a construction crew from
Martinson Construction Company with boarding up windows in the library and cafeteria and the
entrance to the west side of the building. Mcrttnscn Construction is located a 1875 Lawrence St ,
Denver, CO. 303-295-2511. On scene from Mortinson Construction were the following personnel:

1. Supervisor, Matt Johnson


2. Monty lMeh
3. David Gyles
4. Paul Zapien

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LAKEWOOD POUCE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: QUINN WILHELM CASE NUMBER: 99-38866
VICTIMS: CATE OF REPORT: 04123199
-FENSE: ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

5. Pat Duran
6. Kevin Knoll
7. Gary Lippert

At approximately 1830 hours! cleared the scene and returnee to the Lakewood Police Department.

EVIPENCE:
1. All reports related to Lakewood CR# 99-38856.
2. Clothing belonging to victim Johnson, LPO Property and Evidence Unit.

)ort by: number/date Approved by: number/date

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LAKEWOOD POLICE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: QUINN WILHELM CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIMS: DATE OF REPORT: 04123199
'FFENSE: ASSiST OTHER AGENCY

VICTIMS: The following victims were either at SI. Anthony's Hospital or were brought to SI.
Anthony's Hospital during the time frame I was there.

1. Michael Johnson, 05/19/63

Victim Johnson suffered from a gunshot wound in the upper left thigh. The wound had
both an entrance and exit. A second gunshot wound or shrapnel injury in the left neck, the
wound had an entrance although it's exit was not Clearly visible at the time of his brief
examination. Johnson also suffered shrapnel wounds in the face and neck and a third
gunshot wound which also had an entrance and an exit in the right upper arm The mitial
examining physician was Dr. William Tripp, the surgeon treating Johnson was Dr Craig
Selzman. Dr, Selzman indicated the more "minor" injuries were cleaned and were given
;
temporary stabilization treatment. the main wound in the upper left thigh "blew our' tus femoral
artery and femoral vein. Both these injuries were repaired. At this point in time speculation by
Dr. Selzrnan concerning the condition of the nerve damage to the upper left leg was
inconclusive.

2. Kacey Ruegsegger, 03129/82


Injuries included a gunshot wound to the upper light shoulder above the collar bone
with both and entrance and an exit. The exit appeared to be considerably lower than the
entrance and may have caused considerable damage in the shoulder area. A second
gunshot wound was observed in the ball of the light hand at the base of the thumb traversmq
through the thumb and out the back of the thumb slightly above the wrist joint I was able to
obtain a statement from Ms. Ruefisegger while at St. Anthony's Hospital. See narrative
portion of this report for additional details.

3. Makai Hall, unknown dob

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: QUINN WILHELM CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIMS: DATE OF REPORT: 04123/99
')FFENSE: ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

Gun!lhot wound in one !eg, pellet type injuries in the knee leg end of the femur with
possiblevasculardamage. No additional information available at that time

4. John Patrick Ireland, dab: 06/12181


Victim Ireland suffered a gunshot wound to the head, was conscious at the time of rus
arrival at SI. Anthony's Hospital Victim Ireland was able to give a statement to Denver Police
Department Detective Joel Humphries, see his report fa, complete cetaus.

NARRATIVE:
On 04/20/99 at approximately 1410 hours I monitored radio traffic concerning a shooting
situation which had occurred at Columbine High School in south Jefferson County. At the time I was
traveling west bound on the 6'" Avenue freeway from Denver. Radio traffic indicated victims from the
shooting were being brought to area hospitals, I determined that I would go to 51. Anthony's Hospital
? see if I could be of any assistance. On scene at 1420 hours I contacted Detective Jim Nelson and
Detective Susan Gaetano, from the Arvada Police Department They informed me they hadjust
arrived and that there were already three victims on scene and other victims were reported to be en
route to St. Anthony's from the scene of the shooting. It was determined that the best course of
action was for each of us to assume investigative duties for one of the victims on scene, 1interviewed
victim Kacey Ruegsegger.
I observed that Kacey had suffered a gunshot wound in the right shoulder above the collar
bone which appeared to be an "in and out' injury. I also observed a second gunshotwound in her
right hand at the base of the thumb, which was also an "in and out' injury. At the time of the
interview Kaceywas in a trauma room adjacentto the emergency room on a gurney, she was
receiving oxygen and had received two separate injections of morphinefor pain, Shewas crying and
semi-hysterical during this time. I asked Kacey if she could tell me what had happened to her. She
said that she was in the library when she heard gun shots, She did not know exactlywhat the noise
was. Severalmoments later the librarian cama running in and told them that someone had a gun

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LAKEWOOO POLICE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: QUINN WILHELM CASE NUMBER: 99-38855
VICTIMS; DATI: OF REPORT: 04123199
"lFFENSE: ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

and that they sh0t.:1d get under the tables. Kacey said she got under a small table and pulled a chair
in front of her. Kacey indicated that two gunmen were present in the library. however, she mdlcaled
that from her vantage point she could only see the legs of one gunman She could not describe any
of the clothing other than the gunman was wearing a black trench coat. I asked her how she knew
there were two gunman if she only see one. She said she could hear them yelling back and forth
between them. She also indicated she heard explosions that were going off in the room at the time.
Kacey indicated she was aware that the gunmen were walking around the library shooting other
persons at random. She heard bits and pieces of conversations that were taking place between the
two gunmen and between the gunmen and their victims. When I asked her to describe what she
heard she indicated she heard one of the gunmen yell to the other, 'Hey, I've got a niger boy over
here, come on over." Then she heard the first gunman say again. 'Hey niger boy you're dead". or
words to that effect, and then she heard gun shots. Kacey said she knew the gunman had "shot the
kid next to me' but she did not know who that victim was. She indicated that her position under the
"ble was one where she was on her knees with the chair in front of her with her hands over her ears
with her arms close against her chest. When a gunman appeared in front of her she began to
scream for the gunman not to shoot her. The gunman jerked the chair away and from about five feet
yelled at her "qUit your bitching" and fired at her. She indicated that she felt the first shot hit her in
the shoulder and she was not aware of the second shot to her hand. I asked Kacey how she got out
of the library. She indicated that two people who she did not know picked her up and began trying to
drag her out of the library, but at some point they began to get trampled and she was left. She did
not recall how she got out of the library. She could only remember being in a pollee car at some
point. The only person Kacey knew in the library by name was Dan Steepleton. the rest were
unknown to her.
Several minutes after taking this statement I re-entered the trauma room with Detective Susan
Gaetano, from the Arvada Police Department and we went over Kaceys statement With her aga'"
Kacey was beginning to show the effects of the morphine injections and her answers were becoming
lass clear. At that point the attempt to obtain a statement from her was discontinued. Shortly after

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LAKEWOOD POLICE OEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: QUINN WILHELM CASE NUMBER: 99-38856
VICTIMS: DATE OF REPORT: 04123199
?FFENSE: ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

that she was wheeled out of ~he room en route to surgery.


It was agreed that Arvada Detective Susan Gaetano would recoverthe propertyfrom this
female victim.
Victim Michael Johnson was out of surgery by that time and I contacted Dr. Craig Selzrnan
who described Johnson's injuriesas indicated above. Clothing for victim Johnson was given to me
by Arvada Detective Jim Nelson who indicated he had received it from an unknown medical
technician while the victimwas being examined by emergency room personnel.
I left the hospital about 1630 hours and attempted to contactthe Jefferson County Sheriffs
Department Communications Section to ascertain what should be done with the bloody closed seized
from victim Johnson, they were not able to advise me due the chaotic circumstances. Following a
telephone conversation with an unknown police offrcar from the Westminster Police Department who
was at one of the command posts, I responded to the scene of the incident.
On scene at Columbine High School I was informed that I would be usedfor Crime Scene
'ivestlgation and was told to standby until further details. becameavailable and the scene was
secured. At approximately 1915 hours I was instrucled by Lt. Clarene Shelley to return to the
Lakewood Police Department to book the evidence from victim Johnson into the Lakewood Police
Evidence Unit.
At the Lakewood PoliceDepartment it was determined that the bloody clothing storage facility
was alreadyfilled. It was determined that the best course of action was to use another locker in the
parking garage. A plastic bag was placed in the bottom of the lockerto catch blood that was dripping
from the clothing at the time. The items were placed in the locker on hangers. unmarked. and the
properly reports were completed.
I responded back to Columbine High School where I stood by with other investigative
personnel until approximately 2130 hours when I was informed that, due the numerous explosrve
deviceswhich were still being located and removed, we would not be entering the buiidinq until the
morning of 04/21199. I was instructed by RandyWest of the Jefferson County Sheriffs Department
to returnto the scene at 0600 on 04/21199.

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LAKEWOOD PoweE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: QUINN WILHELM CASE NUMBER; 99-38856
VICTIMS; OATE OF REPORT: 04123199
OFFENSE; ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

On 04/21/99 at approximately 0545 hours I was placed in a temporary stand by mode until it
was determined exactly what procedures would be followed once the crime scene was completely
cleared of explosive devices. While waiting I assisted other investigators with obtaining license
numbers, V1Ns and descriptions of vehicles in the northeast parking lot All these vehicles were
given a cursory search for explosive devices, any vehicles of a suspicious nature or which contained
items which could contain an explosive device were marked for later examination by bomb scene
technicians.
Later in the day I was instructed to stage with a crew of detectives led by west Metro Drug
Task Force Sergeant Ray Borris. Our assignment was the perimeter of the school which was
examined for Shell casings, bullet fragments, bomb debris etc When a piece of evidence was
located it was marked with a fiag and the search continued. Areas covered in this search Included
the teachers parking lot, the area west of that lot circling around to the south to the area taped off
and being handled by the F81 This area would be immediately west of a set of double cocrs whlc~
contained considerable gunfire and bomb debris Also included In trus search was the grassy area
immediately to the south and southeast of the school to include the parking lot Immediately to the
south of the School circling around to the southwest License numbers. VINs and descriptions of ail
the vehicles in the parking lot were obtained, Also noted were any vehicles which sustained any type
cf projectile damage. The vehicle lists were given to Sgt. Borris
At approximateiy 1705 hours Sgt. Ray Bcrris instructed me to assist a construction crew lrom
Martinson Construction Company with boarding up windows in the library and cafeteria and the
entrance to the west side of the building. Mortinson Construction is located a 1875 Lawrence 5t
Denver, CO. 303-295-2511. On scene from Mortinson Construction were the following personnel

1. Supervisor, Mall Johnson


2. Monty Wich
3. David Gyles
4. Paul Zapien

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LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT
REPORTING AGENT: QUINN WILHELM CASE NUMBER: 99.38856
VICTIMS: DATE OF REPORT: 04123199
OFFENSE: ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

5. Pat Duran
6. Kevin Knoll
7. Gary Lippert

At approximately 1830 hours I cleared the scene and returned to the Lakewood Police Department

EVIDENCE:
1. All reports related to Lakewood CR# 99-38856.
2. Clothing belonging to victim Johnson, LPD Property and Evidence Unit

eport by: number/date Approved by: number/date

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JC- 001-009129
LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPAaTXENT
o<t,.,., AOA/ JCSD - HOMICIDE ""', 99038856
••,.' 04/22/99
....., 1602 WILSON, PATRICK I?aga: 1 of 3
lev Agtl K-V: 11.35~07St.t'Q~
Di..., ADMINISTRATIVE om, 04/22/99

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OESDVATION! INVES'l'IQA'rION:
ON TUESDAY 04/20/99 AT 1200 HOURS I WAS ON DUTY IN THE INVESTIGATIONS
DIVISION OF THE LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT. I WAS REQUESTED BY SERGEANT
GEORGE HINKLE TO PREPARE FOR A MISSION AS A SWAT TEAM MEMBER.

I GATHERED MY GEAR, AND ACCOMPANIED DETECTIVE JOE WRAY IN A MARKED


LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT VESICLE TO TH:E AREA JUST SOUTH OF COLUMBINE HIGH
SCHOOL IN UNINCORPORATED JEFFERSON COUNTY.

MYSELF AND SEVERAL OTHBRS FROM TH:E LAKEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT SWAT TEAM
WERE THEN SliNT TO THE NORTH WEST COR.'1ER OF THE HIGH SCHOOL, WHERE WE MET UP
WITH: THE DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT SWAT TEAM.

I WAS FIRST ASSIGNED TO PROVIDE COVER ON AN OPEN DOOR ON THB WEST SIDE OF
TH:E SCHOOL. THIS COVER WAS REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS WHO WERE EEING EVACUATED
OUT OF THE CAFETERIA AREA.

1 WAS THEN ASSIGNED TO GO UP ONTO T"LlE ROOF AND PROVIDE COVER WITH: MY MP-5
SUE MACHINE GUN. AFTER ONLY A FEW MIN(,'TES ON THE ROOF I WAS TOLD TO
RETREAT.

I TliEN STAGED NEAR A COMMAND POST JUST EAST OF THE SCHOOL. I WAS TliEN SENT
WITH THREE OTHBR LAKEWOOD SWAT MEMBERS TO MEET UP WITH OTHllR LAKEWOOD SWAT
MEMBERS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF TliE SCHOOL.

ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF TliE SCHOOL, I MET UP WITH TEESE OTHER TEAM MEMBERS WHO
WERE STATIONED BEHIND AN ARMORED CAR.

I WAS THEN ASSIGNED TO PROVIDE COVER WITH MY Mp·5 SUB MACHINE GONE ON THE
BACK OF THE ARMORED CAR AS WE RESCUED A MALE STUDENT FROM THE SECOND FLOOR
SOUTH SIDE.

1 THEN ENTERED THE SCHOOL ON TliE LOWER SOL~ SIDE THROUGH TEE CAFETERIA AND
SECURED THAT AREA. I THEN ASSISTED IN SECURING A WING OF CLASSROOMS TO THE
EAST OF TliE CAFETERIA.

I THEN WENT TO THE SECOND LEVEL TO ASSIST THE DENVER SWAT TEAM THAT WAS
CLEARING THAT AREA.

I NOTICED AN ADULT MALE VICTIM IN WHAT APPEARED TO BE AN AUDIO VISUAL TYPIl


ROOM JUST SOUTH OF THE STAIRS ON TEE ·UPPER. LEVEL. TH:IS MALE WAS DOA.

JC.001·oo9130
LA.lCEWOOD CO liD ..... 2 of 3 CRt 99038856
Supplement 04/22/99 1602 WILSON, PATRICK

I THEN ENTERED THE LIBRARY AlUlA WHERE I SAW APl?ROXIMA'I'ELY 10 JUVENILE


VICTIMS. I NOTICED NUMEROUS GUNSHOT WOUNDS. ALL THESE STUDEh-rS WERE DOA.

I THEN EXITED THE LIBRARY AND WENT BACK DOWNSTAIRS, WHERE WE RE CLEARED THE
SAME EASTWARD WING. THIS TIME THE DOORS WERE MARKED TO INDICATE TO OTHERS
THEY HAD BEEN CHECKED. I MARKED THESE DOORS WITH "CloR/Ll?D" WITH THE TIME IN
MILITARY HOURS. I REMEMBER MARKING SEVERAL DOORS AT 1600 HOv~S.

I THEN WALKED AROUND THE CAFETERIA AND SURROUNDING ROOM, CHECKING FOR
VICTIMS THAT MIGHT HAVE GOT PASSED OVER. NONE WERE FOUND.

I THEN EXITED THE BUILDING AND ASSIS'I'ED IN CHECKING CARS FOR PO'I'ENTIAL
EXPLOSIVES. A BLACK OR DARK GRAY HONDA WAS FOUND EAST OF THE FRONT DOOR
WITH WHAT APPEAR.IID TO BE EXPLOSIVES IN IT. A BLACK BMW WAS LOCATED WEST OF
THE DOORS WITH WHAT APPEAR.IID TO BE EXPLOSIVES IN IT. THESE CARS WERE
l?OINTED OUT TO An' WHO WAS NOW ON SCENE, AND SECURED BY THEM.

I THEN MAINTAINED SECURITY AT THIS seers ENTRANCE UNTIL RELIEVED BY THE


FBI.

I THEN RESPONDED TO LEAWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WHERE WE WERE DE BRIEFED. I


THEN RESPONDED TO LPD WHERE WE WERE DE BRIEFED AGAIN.

ON 04/21/99 AT 0830 HOURS I RESPONDED BACK TO COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL TO ACT


AS AN INVESTIGATOR.

ON 04/21/99 AT 1330 HOURS I WAS ASSIGNED WITH LAKEWOOD DETECTIVE GREGG


SLA'I'ER, ROLL IE INSKEEP, AND SERGEANT DAN MACCASKY TO RESPOND TO THE AREA
HOSPITALS AND INTERVIEW THE INJURED.

ON 04/21/99 AT 1430 HOURS WE ~~IVED A SWEDISH HOSPITAL. THERE WERE 4


INJURED STUDENTS IN THE HOSPITAL. WE MADE CONTACT WITH THE PUBLIC
RELATIONS MANAGER FOR 'I1lE HOSPITAL.

ONE Oli' 'I1lE STUDENTS WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO SPEAK DUE TO BREATHING TUBES, TWO
OTHER STUDENTS REFUSED TO SPEAK INDICATING THAT TOO MANY l?OLICE OFFICERS
HAVE ALREADY INTERVIEWED THEM, THE FOUR'I1l STUDENT ALSO REFUSED TO SPEAK
DUE TO TOO MANY OFFICERS CONTACTING THEM. THE PARENTS OF THE FOiJRTH STUDENT
DID AGREE TO SPEAK TO SERGEANT MCCASKY AND DETECTIVE SLATER.

ON 04/21/99 AT 1600 HOURS I ARRIVED AT ST ANTHONYS CENTRAL HOSPITAL TO


INTERVIEW INJURED STUDENTS THERE. I RESPONDED TO 4 WEST TO CONTACT STUDENT
MAKAI HALL. I WAS GREETED BY DAN AND SUSAN HALL, MAKAI' S PARENTS.

DAN HALL TOLD ME THAT IMMEDIATELY AFTER GETTING TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM,
MAKAI WAS INTERVIEWED BY DETECTIVE JAMES NELSON FROM 'I1lE ARVADA POLICE
DEPARTMENT. DAN HALL TOLD ME THAT DETECTIVE NELSON HAD ALSO SPOKE TO MAKAI
FOR A SHORT PERIOD THIS MORNING, AND SAID HE WOULD RETURN AT 1800 TO
COMPLETE HIS INTERVIEW.

DAN HALL SAID IT WAS TRAUMATIC FOR MAKAI TO TELL DETECTIVE NELSON WHAT
HAPPENED, AND DAN DID NOT WANT MAKAI TO HAVE TO 'I'ELL IT ALL OVER AGAIN TO
ANOTHER DETECTIVE. DAN ASKED THAT DETECTIVE NELSON BE ABLE TO GATHER ALL
THE INFORMATION NECESSARY.

JC· 001.009131
LA:ICImOOD CO PD,_ 3 of 3 _ 99038856
Supplement 04/22/99 1602 WILSON, PATRICK

OUT OF RESPECT FOR THE FAMILIES WISHES I DID NOT INTERVIEW MAKAI HALL.

THIS CONCLUDES MY INVOLVEMENT TO DATE WITH THIS INCIDENT.


0'••'"ADMINISTRATIVE o.t., 04/22/99

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LITTLETON POLICE PEPT

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mORT URRATIYE:

mORT: mmn
mIaMIlMI:

0, ellel!, at appro,i'lt.l, 1110 hrs, OISPltch ltlt.d lblt JtfftrsOft


t~.t, ••s raqoe.tl" "Ip tr~ all s.rro••dl.g ',.,ci,s for a. Jhooti.,
.t Co11llol.. High School.

rmmmrOH II OffiCII D,UACA lit!:


Upon ., orri..) at Iht s..,t r mlacta' • Jaffers.. Cmty Sit, aM
uled hi. if tht, 'ttdal our SWAI ia.. to mpolld. Ha JlItad that lit
di4, so I mtactad Sit. Parkar aM requash. he uka a call ..t, 111,0
r••oeslad that .. hlle Ihe le,oUators reapoll<l te set • up a e.....d post
,o.tio, I>oard.

Offlm Woad arthed on milt and ... s,t up lbe po.tin, center" lh,
,ide of Mik. Vood'. police ..hiele. I c.ntaded lh, pri,cip.l of lb,
C.I.abl.. Hiih Sdonl, 'rank O,An,tlh aM tifO School Ad.i,ht,ato'l,
BarOara 10•••• a.d licl' la,t.a., I i,t.r,i,.,d th, pri,cip.l fra"
~el"'l.lis tt.o t.ld .. lh,t h. Ii! co'imtao in lb. scitool by a ar..d 10•
•an .h. was carry f., a rHIt. He slatad thll h. ushmd meral slu'uts
i,t. a roo•••d loc'e' tilt '04r, ~e also slate4 tbit be .Id lhe ,tutenls
••r• •bl. t•• sc.,. .
•s Ie 9.th.re4 ••••, of pos,ibl ••"p.ot., I r.q.est.o tbal the
school ad.inlltrllors obtain th.ir 'ob'" ho•• ad4m.n and .,Iltr
te.
inforution. Ibi, i.loroati.. wa, 'Olted. I re.... thai DeAn,eli, dm
a Ia,,,t oi tbe sehool se lb.t I. cOIIld Identify ,h." hoslaI" .. re
hidi'" .hi.b he did.
a, .tod,nts a.' leacbers, tll••m bfdi', in lh. I<hool "lI.d th.ir
fa.il, ••• bm .. me .ble to ,et t,l.ph", , ..b." and call these
ltudents an4 teachers ha.;' V...d. lish of p.rsoas hldin, and
ulabllsh.d .hm th.y 'm hidi". Thls inforution laS use pO!ted a"
pamd on 10 the taotic.l tn••

he..S! ot lh. m, hl.pholla calls thaI .." b.ing .ad, ., d the


,os!i", to the Inpalloe Co"t, SUI ... , 11l, fBI pliced thr ore bard
l.l.pho,. li'e. into lh. ,a' so .e •• r' able to IIi, c.lls 0' lh.s.
pb••• srath.r lb., cell pho,os.
Two La'm'" otlletts .od a m .g.,t also help.d .m tilt POltiO'
dOl to lh. large '101,1 of ho,t.,. ioforutio' .,d 'Utl,

lil,r the b,ildi,g had be•• clear.d t.ic" •• too. do., tbe ,osting,
and lists of ,tod"t and tnchers "'es la,k.d thu .m our littleto. PI) JC- 001-009134
m. mhr, Ve tri.d to 9'" this inlor.atio. to leitco, oot me
onabl. to fi.d a sal. pl see to 'tt,
the "id.nee. 1 brought tilt
i.' tio, bao' to tb. lltlleto. Polic. D.part••nt and pla'ed it into
,'1,. _;.. I 9'" Jeff.o ., card ••d told th•••hor. the .,Id.o•••ould
b., oum ,101 Olll99

S'upl,..,t b, Sgt.D,I.P.,i,r lS11


J .as ad,is.d at app,~,llit.I, IllS that J.ffo,••• C~u.t, 1.0. vas
"" ••ding te a 'sh.ts find' call at c.hlbin, Hig. se••• 1. I,sell a~
Cpl.BahleR ma.. d.d, At this li,a Ole, Uea had ml .. d aM ad,lsod
that t.m .m ,u1\ipl, 1US'l<ts aad lu1\lp1l ,ieti.s Iftd that J.fleo
... "QUIlting ou, llAT ••it, I ,',is.d Oispatch te Pat. OIIt IVA!, .hich
was do" at 1111, I arrh.d Ih.rtly thonltet, I was ad,lI.d b' Caphia
Ar.str.,g ~I A,apeh.o Couat, S.O, that our su, u.it Ul the el.... t aM
that 'It', ,.ut probl,".' H. ~ff.nd t••,o,ld. ,d.i,i,t"th,
mhta.... Sgt, C.I.Bh.' arri"d IOd 1 m .d,had t. tak. ollatg. of
th. laotioal ••its is th., 'e" depl.,.d. r to.i a p~llti •••• the east
Ilirinhr. 'IiIm I was htar j.ifted b, tt. Villim ~f Arapahoe 5.0., Lt.
ir......f L.i d '0, "d Ca.t. Oi,,",••1 Oe.... PO, I " ..inod at
this a.st Ufttll nd 1100, co.rdinating hclical resa.nses b, the
,a,ious u.its, .haft I •• t .ith Cpl. bt.liff Insid. the "in .. tmo. to
be bri.fed b' hil, and te mist i••mdi.ali.g furthor ,nreh eff.ris.
,. .... relfmd at ...r.ai"t.iy 1110, lAd aft.. a'o,idi., .......4
ranks to J.fferson COll.ty 1I,•• nn.l, .. dured the 'cm a.d "turn.. te
liltlet•• ,0 ..pr~li..tely IIOG.
~ furthor action b, thi, offi•• r,
Sgt.U.Parker 1m om!!

SU"LE~£I!AL aT OFFIC!R YOOO:


U... ''''hill'l iofOtHti.. of a ••"ibl, sh••ti.g i"ide.t at
C, iee High 5.".1, I 'IS a"igne4 to pid-." and tr ort all
"jvdations "IUipH.t t, the scm. iIllon mhhg .t l 4 and
S. pi",. st" I ;1"diat.lI bagan misthg Tacti.al officer M •• l
i. ,,,,,rati•• f.r enlerl.g the sch.. l , 1.. 1izing tMt 110 Critlo.l
l.oid.,t C.,.and P,st had b••• ,et uo. I b.ga, ,.tti,g ua a t••••'arT
C,itical I.dd"t COIIa,d ~ost using Littl.t•• '.liea u.it 1293.
Up.. ,.tti.g u, a e..... d ,.,t. r .ith of,. GaOl b.gin t. i,tmi.. a
"bj"t rho liS identified as the ,ch•• 1 pd,d,al. Ir.
Gd,g.li" U,ing a dry "aa b.ard, M,. OaA.g.H ....,letad • !Ch••aUo
diagraa .f the I<:ho.1 f., tactle.1 t..... lrj, I m th•• i.l~rl.d .f
oall m.i"d ,i. cellolar .h••• of a t""at .h. '" I,.,p.d losid. the
!,glish offiea .ith 'll ot'" t...h,,',. Iftd \Y. ,tod••!s. I the, bogan
to talt .ith the tilth... (rie Friesa' .h. i,f....d .. of all buildi.!
i,foraati., ..d ,ossibl. loeati .... f ,iotiIS, I tali.d wlth this teacher
for mmiaat.ly 1 hou,s is I liS .Is. misting i. tho ''''''din.tion .1
critical i,ci'"t ••,ti,g, and the set-up 01 the h.shg. "g.tiati••,
lele.h",. I "'islad olc. hca ift dotalling lists ~I possible IUSpeet(l),
....11 as ,.ssibl••itMlstS,
Aft" it m d.t."i"d th,t Coluthi" High S,h~l m elm.d .f
further 1US•• ,t{sl. I assist'd i' ,onoeti., .1 all Coua.4 ,o,t
inf~roati •• , lahli,g sa", and gi,i.g mt.dy t. Gfo. Bm.
No fu,th,r a.ti.n b' this ~ffi.",
i.D.lOOil IlOl Olll99 JC- 001-009135
SUPPlEmr a' CPt. 51ES IOHLEH:
DllD!9 1 lIS mH.g aatrol duty .hen LPG 'lCOiI.d tho ,.qUelt lor
as> ...... f,ot J,fl ••• r reso••d.d to the m, ,ith 010. am .nd Sgt.
Park". I ."flld •• sme 0' S. 'ferce St I L.....4. at about 1m
h.m. I i."dialal! b.gl' to prepifl lith ., sm .qoipmt••hu I laS
o.ntact.d by • !oob.r ~f ofll••rs fro. JIll,. and D."., PD. I '.qulst
liS .. de .f ' j mist.... and II If had an, ballisti, 'hl'ld', " LPD had
SO" ,f the lirst sm 'fficm 0' se••t. I o!imd both OlIr Ihitldl. It
th.t tioe Offieer le.l .rrh.d, ••d h. ,li.
b.ing ,. SVAT, Vt ....
re,uesled to usist • gmp 'f othtr SVAlofllcers. V. to.l tht ,M.ldl.
and Sgt. larler ",pmed u misting tht otber mT officers.

Ie ttt U)l vith .meer, trot IPO .,d Jtlle. on lime St. just
nortbmt of the 5chool. where thy b.d aI "ad, prepared an Lfll II retml
t. ,midt us co.., fa IOn tonrd the sch.ol. I 'is ad,is.d th.t there
••re i.jur.d 'l'dt,ts d••, .n tb, .,t,id, .f the ,cbool, .nd It .tr, t.
to" te tllat ertl end att..,t t. rmllt the 'ludtnts froo tbt ..... i,
1O,.d up t. lh. northtest tllranct of the ,cho.l. Ir.. tb,r, It e••ld st,
,h.t a"med t. bt • 'ludtnt in OlIe .f the .indon. officer It.l "did
,p ...ing 10 lhe door.., .. h.d rmhtd. and misting tho,e officers.
Thi' was ,t about 1215 hours.

I,
gr..p tben .o.ad al"9 lh. north ,Ida .f lh. school, at whlcb the
'ludnt .a m inside was .bl. t. gtt to i door .nd m to OUr p!>llli ...
(K. Wi! later mt .Ia other ofllc,r, to one of tb. CP"I. It ..rked cor
.ay to tb. m, far louth.ut corner of tht 'choel, Th, Ilrelruch '1$
b.<k.d I.t•• ,,'ilion b, tht 'Oill'S Oft tbat Ilda of lbt school. ~t th.t
loc.ti.. 1 oIl .."e. lbree ,t,dents dow••• lhe gr."d. Thara ma OlD nd
Jallco s,pmhors at this 100ation with's, TI'1 •• tided t!la:l offiom
..,Id .... forward te as,ht thul ,t,dents, Thh was .bout llll hours,
11 : tilt olf(eer, ....d t..ard tba ,cbo.l, and tllf, aenOll.ced lhat
th" ..uld bt prOildl.g "..,/auP!lru,he fir. doring tn. rescue. I
,tilld i. a com ,.,ition bahiod lh. jiretruci and comed open and
,.limed dootfi,s. I pr.,ld.d n. s",rmi" fire. ~" student was
re••,ed. He had. g,n,n.t •••nd and ••, ,lil1 ali.a, A J.ffco p.trol car
.a. toled t. II and I milled i. loadi.g hll i.to the ..hicl! and h. WiI
r.....d f,oo th, sw e. ~ mond student fn this s••• posftl.. liS
"""'ad i, lh' Sit. fa,hi .., Sb••as 001. Thm V" a .. Ie ,t,de.t at the
b.lt...f tn. 'lii" at lhis loc.tion, 19a1, officers ",.d te his
posili.n, found hia also OO~, .04 1,lt ~il at tbat locati.n. I tbe.
,h,.d at that loc.li.n. ooming lh. sch..l.

I Jeffc. SVlT "it arri.... an. tb., amd " to t~a "h•• l, .t which
ti .. a large nOllber .f ,tud.nts ma ...cu.lId tbr.,gh .ur 1... 1i••• A
l"g, gr....1 ,tude,ts li,. .ls.able t. mape " tbalr 0Jn, runni,,!
south thmgh the patH '9 101 t•• 1m. 11.. an. then running ml,
Olficer m. senl t. that location t. Intm.,t and mist.

Ift,r ., 'nk•••• p.rlo' ,f tl••, v. l.fl our ,o,ltl••" .t .hloh tfla


I ....d baoi t. 'i,,« st, .,d I.t lith sgt. 'arhr. I liS th.. d'II.,ad
to lb, h'iG' .f h, scbool fr•• the mt ,Id" t. ttt u,.ith Cpl.
latcliff ••d lh, rut .f LPO sm. I tben ""'d .itb our ta.. t.
c.,tl,,, I. tb. ol,.ra.o•• f tb• •r•• ,f lh. 'cho,l. I• •• r, .bl. t,
(1m a larg. 1m ,f tb. ,ch..1. Vorki,g .m aPD. L.k.."d, ••d J.ffc"
'e 10c.t,d and mcuated a l"g ....ber ,tud"ts I.d .dults, all fr•• the JC·001.009136
S(' • latb, and fln.nce .re•• V. olrhed .11 r,oo, that ., c1 .. r.d ••d
sec,. ,d, All studaots lOti sear,bed ••d Iud out 'f tba bulldl.g and
turned mr to otber Ollie.". 0... th." "'IS ..,. ,mre', cor tu•
... "Ger,d t. ""o.d to the lain ..tm... Ve starad at that .". "til
" "" i"tructed to elm tbt se.nt,
Mhl'9 fu,tber,
REPOiT HIIIATIV!:

Cpl. i,eg loil,n, IIDI, Oi2111.


IUPPlmNT alOft. NEIL:
Oa 142199 at 1Il1 h,s I .....,Hag" ,If dotl job It Union aan'.
lt a.pm :1l6 h', I i",d thmgh Igt. Pa,l" that an All sm <all out
Q' b.ing ude Ind tiat all IUT oflk", aeed.d to ,.pn,t at I. Pi",e
and Bo,l" " e.
l iuedialtly ,espnnd.d to LPll 'ad retd,nd ., p,trol car and
diretll, p,o",d,d to the s,m with ., IVAT ellolpeal.
I mhed an S,ene at app", 1112 ~'s. I tas ad'hed to get
I'Mdlalel, s.ltad up as thm .". ,eporhd lajured stodenll ,utsid. of
lh. iChool that n,aded ,.s••lag.
1".lf and Cpl. aohl.. fo,..d a tu. ,mhting of SVAT .fli,,,s fro.
Omer p.n. a1\4 Jdterson C.unt, S.D. It appfOX 11S6 ,••md into th.
a'.a aroond the sooth ,ast,r, 'at,an,••f th. so'ool osing a fir. tro,1
for corer.
It thi< p.int the tem split ,p and I II! separat.d fro. Cpl.
ao'la,. 1",lf and Offic"s fro. O.nv,r and J.ff,',on Count I .nt."d the
school hoilding. i' ..t",. th, 'ollding at I.,
soutb ...t .. tren« just
IOOth 01 th. lOin ..tm... r>is rae at app,o, mo to 121S hrs. IU.11
and t"I.m, and Jtfft. offi'ers b.g" 'l"d ng the ioediate area
insfde the hui1dln~ ,htre I i IOtmd. VI oIeared this am for apprOl I;
tit<,,·u.
llID hrs I l!U able to d.tertine that tbe 'est of ., SVAT teat !lad
arri,.d and 'as outsid.. It fI'
dete,.ined that I rould go aAd ffnd 0'
tuo .rial thea and thn ,,"unter th, bdldin, to '"tim 'Im1llt thi
i.,idt of tna 'ondlng. At this point no 'hdtnll or teacher. hod 'ten
found.
finding 0' t.ao and 'ri,fing tb•• Ii th'A ent.red the building under
the ,ownd of rm Luder Cpi. ht'llff. Tha offi,ers ot the tm
tunsilted of Of,. iren, Oft. E,un, ott. arauoh, and Oft. Soth"hod.
We then ,upplmnt,d the O.mr tu. th.t had also had lOI'e te..
.....,s ard,inf.
It this ooint Ii had .ppm 18 Offioers in thu 'uildhg alld .. '''lan
a "ltmti, dearing of the bolldlng. ft IOltd fro. th, Sooth East
hallla" iAto thu finance Olfi", and th.A JO,ing iota the ..th and
"i",e .ffices. I, ,m t'an forther 'UIIplmetad " officers f,OI the
Laino.. SVIT teal. As .. entmd tho Ii"....nd ••tb .nd ,ole...
offi,el ,••n,ount.red ao,ro. 60 ,erloal ,onlilting of .ai,I, stud.nts
looled I, OfflOil througnout the "ea. These ltudants alld tmh"s ..
tben esc "tad out to safe areas. Upon ,luring '0011 in the 'uiJdlog ..
r.
,ould trite oe the door ',I.a,.d, LPO end tile oleared.' Ou, I.ar,i
,nd,d ,,00 rea,b!ng the ar,a near the tront of the libra". Thll 'al at
appm IIlO hrl. It.as ,eported that n. IiOm, had al,ead, ha.,
'heehd '1 O<Ie 01 the Gaem t..11 operating in tbt boildieg. All of 0'
tctiYit, ommd on th. molld 1ml of the 'ollding.
H.thil\9 fortber at this ti... C. Heal m. 112m

so 1£MT ar mEeTlY< 1il0CN:


"111\ mOlt at loorOliuttl! 1m iours,I tal in II offi'e ud hurl JC- 001.009137
dilpat,h Idlis. Sgt. Pa,I.r of tbe snooling heident at Col.obl" Nigh
le".l •• t ap,'olillt,I, 11)0 ho,r$, lispat" stated tbat Jiff',son
Cmtl III requesting milta... fr.. othar agencies. Codr. aa,kun
adli"l .. t. bt mihb1e 10 tht d.teeli" ,ar on the Itreet. At
a~~r~xioatelr 1Il\ ~o'''' dispaloh advised thai Jdftrm eo,.t, was
r.q,.,li" t" SYAI and I r.lurne' to ~eadqoarter, and oha"ld into If
SWAT .nifo". Al appro,ioalely 1m bo,t" I ard"d nl S. Pime II..
•nd I, Lea...d .here I e..tinued to depio, I' SlAT aq,tp"Rt. il th,t
lile, IgI, alaok a,ked that I relnin by the ep and Ylit for the other
ta.. leabe" 10 ard... II approxtlalel, 1m hours, I ,as ad'ised to
...t .m Sgt. p"hr o. Ibe ...t ,ide of Cohlbine High Soh..I. I
talied om to Ill. luku', looalio. ,m Ofo. 1m add .. ita. "til Iha
rllainder of ~.r leal arri'ed.
Cpl. hlelm, ofo. Eroan and 010. s,therl... arri"d and 01,. Mul
aet " •• the ssst ,i,e of the high "hool, He ad,ised VI of Ihe itn
that h. and Ih. OPO olflolrt h,. Slar,bed. Cpl. laleliff i.,tro,led th.
laaa I. ~o 10 lhal ar.a a.d .e enlared the dDOr ,0.lb,a,1 of Ib, IIi,
entrance. Ie III ,m OPfl SYlT all<l mliAUed ,nrohil\§ t~e b.ildin,.
TMre were lOvml locked ..on lhal were foreed opeo, ~p"'ltalel, 1\1
,tvdenl, and 1mb", me foo.d i, sueral of the r~.., that ma
search.d. M,,,1f ild other LIO .Ift"" seareh.d tho sh.,nh an.
I','hers I,d 11,.rtld Ih" ~,t Ihro,gh Ihe sootb.a.1 ••~r Ih;1 I' had
"tmd throu,h, II r,lmed lh.. I. other offl'ers ,h~ morttd tb.. 10
lh. C~.

ve ,,,,,ltmd our sureh .nd Ofc. Meal uried lh, door! Ihal ure
I· .ed in the boilding, It .ppraliultly 1100 ,ours, we 'm told t,al
the Inllre boil ding had bm ,eareh.d lith the 'elp ef tb, olb., SWAT
t .... ;od wer. i"tr"ted to ,eet ;1 lb, ,ai, ntrallea .1 th. boildiog t.
rait for f,rlh.r In,tt<eti.,, At approxiultl, lIlO bem, .. me
relimd by .ther lilT hall, Ihm is nolhing forlhu fraa Ihh ollim,
Ang,la Oraueh 9101 012091

Immm BY Of( wm:


0' alms st ap""i,ala;y mi." I rmiv.d a pa,e for all SYlT
officm 10 m,ond te the ma of eolullilin, ~igh leh..l to mist
J,ffmOft emty Sheriff's De~art ..,1 lith a crili"l i'cld"l, I
arrived a\ Ihal I.cation at abeol mlh" aod ,oohcltd 19i1iaek. Sgt
Ilack diracted of, Oraueh ild a"elf to lial ,ith Igi Parker 00 the wt
,ide of sch.,l. Ve III ,m 19t tarker aod rail.d f~r the reaai,d.. of
tila tm to mile. Afhr Ihe arrival ~f Cpl laleliff, Ole fYlllo, Ofe
S.th,rla" and (pi Ou!<n, " 'ire .,t b, Ole Naal, th~ had pra,i,ull,
entered the I1:h..l 1m .ellilm of .lh" depart,e.ts, Al aoomitalel,
Ilmrs, Ofe Neal I'd th, tm into Ih, 'uilding Ihr.,gh a ...r 0' lilt
1~.lh.ast lid' of Ih. !cb~ol, Ooe. lnsida, ,e aet ,lth effieer' frot
Oemr P,O, and J'ffmon Ce.nly, ilter mml 'loules, of, S'lh,rland
and .,,,if "ll"ed ho lum P,O. offiem ""rift, a 'alita, I. lilt
mthvtll corner 'f the !Chocl on the mood floor. Ofe Mierland a~d
'Js.lf lla,ed at thai ~~,illon for ~Jer an h~,r, i' "re Iha. re.,iled JC- 001-009138
.m lhe rest 01 Ihe It.. al loc,tion. It lial till, I misted ,m
el It roclS .. lhe lteolld floor In the Joothust corner. Vt f~und
nm,m ,Iuiants and leachers hiding or locled In lh. ""', Once ,e
fmd 11141, Tmisltd 10 ludi.g the "biteh 10 a docr 0lI tha out
!ide, .here Ih'l vert turned o'er 10 olher ~ffl"rs,
I then ...t rith La'nooi SWAT as Ibe, ,ha,,4 Ihe eal.hria ',d
COIIOO! am on lh. 10m fl.or, The ".1 01 the Littlelon I...
RIPORT iARRiTIVf:

eontl.,e6 to clelr roOl, on tbe "e.nd fl~r, I tb,n leI ,ltb tbe teal
ind " .er. orjer.d t. el••r and ret,rn to tbe Pol ie, aep.rttent. io
furtber aeti•• t,t,., J,lre. 1202 .A2199
I,ppl,.,.l,l R.port b, Cpl iitellll:

On 012019 at about 1210 bour, Of' I,tb"l ..d and I ml"d •• "'.e at
(,luablu Hl!h leho.l, '" tere dimted to aft am ne" th. f,..t of tbe
Icbool b, 1ft Parker. w. lrmporhd the lij.ritl ,f l'O', sm
,quip..st.

Sil Parter aM Ofe /Hil bdefd IS 'n tlli eormt lihation, I.al tUI
ltad.r for LPO', •• tr hal, ! toot Ole" Vm, Dr.,ob, Neil, 'Tun a.d
S'therl"d all4 " lad, ..trr illo the 'Ibo.l bl the d.or '.oth of lbe
lain entrm. It lbo,t Ilil b.urI.

We Itt .m a Oenm SUT tUI and b.glO a mreb ef tb. liin "lin"
all.nd", ••fflce, clu,r..., t. th, nortb .1 tbt u;, hall, south of tb.
oai, ball, an, lbe ulh .l1li ,cino. arm.
w. loeat'd an6 ,'ae.at,d 100 to ISO ,tud,nt, a'd t••ob.r" Tbe,. per,on,
'.r, ta"n .ut,lde .f 'Ilting law ,nl,ree..nl per.onnel,
W ,red fr.. our usign,ent ~, ab,ut 1110 bours, N. additi,nal
intO!'llti", Cpl Raleliff, 0\21l!,

mPlCi£NT If mlm lUTHfRIAHD:


On oAlln at '""';llhl, 1150 h,m I us plged I, milt Jaffeo .n
I critical incidut. I arrind at ,I'll all4 mi,ted Cpl lateliff .m tho
mT "u;,aMt. Cpl RaleHff an. I ru,onded te c.hatin. Hl!!li lebo.l II
a.""ifital, 1m hoo". Ie "",ndod t. tn. east ,ide .f lhe scb,,1
.m ;9t Parler, Ofe .ren nd Ole arlUCh me 100at'd.Ofe hal thn
resp.ndad t, our Ieea ti.. frol In,fde .f lha soh..1 Ind .. tI,. briefed
bf hla and Ill. farkar, Ofe Hnl thM Ind .. In,ide tb. 'ebO'lI through
an east ,Id. dw j,lt 'o,lh of the .. in ,ntranc e. Wi lhen ..,. !a
",t"t ,m 0..,,, SVAT. ofe 1m .,d I .ere ,talld Oft I hlll"l and
10, d"bll d.or. on lha mond fl••r localed .. the lOulb ,Id' of lb.
building,
C,l, Dohl,n, Cpl R.telilf, Ofo Heal, Ofo ir••o', Ind Ofe IllIn then
elm.d lh. hall'll ju.t t. lhe ~rlb .f our lneation, Ie then ,tarted
I' elm smr.l l ee ted roOI! on the mood floor, We Imd s... ral
,tlldent, Ind tmhers hiding in umal reo.,. Thay II,. all patted dotn
Ind morted out a east d,or ,ere .lber police .ffieers w. rudy to
pram, t'lI,
i' elured .ll .1 the roOll that "'. mlgned to us' Va II,.
i.for••d that the "~,peets lire dead ind that lho r.sl ~f til sohool WI' JC- 001-009139
eh.l, v. thlft !eli tb, hllding,
Hothlng f"lhar,
,u 'ani 1201 812m
IUPPlEMEim mORT II CORPOI:iL MIClim p, tnur, 1m:
I mined. pigl to respond It appml.atell 1111 hw. on \1-10-11 to
rl,pond te the IfI. pf I. L.I••od Dr, .nd S, Piere. St, to Issi,t p,r
,VAT tm in reI" .... th, Col,oblse Higb leheol ,lIootlng Inc14,nl, Upon
arrhll, ! e"tltled M.g.Hall.., .lIb", iao., Daphne and i.od, vHi .hp
II'OIT HilliTI!,:

h,d "I up , leap<>tary posli.g e..ler on Ih, side of a poH" ..hich. I


¢o.la~la' Sit al,ct ,Iso who adlised thaI .. ,eeded 10 sat " • cOI... d
post to mist Jefferso. Covnty officials eith the g,theri,! Obd
dimlln,!io. of i.fomtio•• We dvpliCit,d .11 the ;'/otlltio. officers
laca a.d lood had ,cc.a,lat,d on luspeets, eeapo.s, and hostales a.d ga'e
It to the
Jell.rso. Cou.ty Oep.ties i.side t~eir cOllind post, I ..s told by the
Jefferso. Cmty Undersheriff, " ....y,Jon., that .. n.ed,d 10 SIt Il9 for
"Ioli.lions In the ....1 of co.hct with t~e lUSIICtl. Ye soied .11 of
our posli.! III.rials ind ",.ipn.t to Ihe lrap.hoe Cou.ly Shuiffs laP
and let ,p "'alions Ihere. It c"limd gathuiftl inlonation o.
mp.cts, .eapou, hostagu and their localiou, ,amt lists, phooe
uleoUo.s for Itu4l.t, iosH. thl school b.ild;'g a.d laps etc. 01 tilt
school, Ve ,ass•• o. this i.for..llon to S9t Slack a.d J.ffers•• C••nty
pers•••el i. their ~'llInd post nut to om. OfliclrI lati, YoO'l, aM
Iysoll talt •• to It.de.ll bidi.g at diff.,.. t locatio", iPslde
tb. higA l.hool ahd trid to iSm, Ihu of our aetloos to find thea and
get th," out l.hly. I t.lked to Hatth.. CormJ1 in the Vocal hsic
Roo. 'long with 'm 51 otber Itudents thm Hns during a two hour
,ariod Ullil Ihe, ret! rescoed oy the sm Tom, Alter Mamlll ,roUll
..lease , I ,s~orted thea to the b.m Iroo tbe conand post for transport
to lUlood Elmntary Scbo." Alter our SYAT teu m r,limd, I
mi'hd g.theri,g al1 of our idomtio. UP "d inatmted Officer am
tt :,
It ,nto " "id".e lock.r at the littleton PoH" Olparlaent at lbe
regUlst .f the ieltmo. COllnly Sherifls Deparlmt. Qor Megotlatlm teu
1iS milled in 'or actl.ilies .t the enea.d posl by t,t..ood S9t Cole,
Jm, 'nd Eb. 11 ng, Eri c. Ve ..re,tse aui sled by FBI .giftts Fm Hit,
Dray" "d Hohlla,. Mark. lk> addilional inlomtion .t thil Hae. MP
lEtlEY, Jill, n-ll-lI.

SlPPl!MERnl mOlT BY COIPOillIElm, MR. 1901, 011199: I redmd tb.


pad.t ,ontaining al1 the posling docmnts frol lab E,i'em T.cbnidan
Bme Adm and opened the docalenh to retrim IOn inforeation. I
rmahd th, pac"t .0ntalAi.g ,11 the d" ..entl an.
,lmd Into "ide.ee
locter I 1 after m, MP mm, 1961, 0,-11-91.

mnEMEMTlL mORT BYIlfFICER ROIm m1 OHHI

On OHHI at ab.,t IllO Hrs. I redmd • I.at page to m,oned to


lealood Or. and So.Pierc. st. Upon a, arrha I at about 1110 ~rl. r
started to set 'P oor Srat Hegoti.tors phoo. I was ad,Ised by c... lHLY
T1!A! Twould b. in charge of the ,hone and our ,g,li>lent for Hegotiations.
The iq,iple,t liS let ,p ,ext to o.e our 1atrol "its parked OR ...
P!eree st. Ibout two hoors later 1 ,as llke~ to 10'. all our eq.iplenl
i,to the lrap,hoe C",lys Conand posl vehicle whi •• m parled on So.
mit! ST. I tal contlcte~ bl one of the f9I Ig..11 and ad,ised I was to
la. lhi d.or te tbe c..lind post,as onll SOlI .egaliators .... to be JC- 001·009140
ai, 'no I Ii' at thi, post ..til lhe l,dd"t Ii' om .
..0 furlher acU.! b, Ihis Olfi~.r Ii IOntO ') lOll
01-11-11
iEPORl WAiiA1IVE:

SU~~l1MEW1Al REIORI 6Y OFFICER M.I. E!MAM


On 1'2099.t .pr"iQleh 1m hom, I rmi ..d. S,at oage that
,d,illt L~O S"t to r••,ond to the un of l...oOG lAd 'ierce, to mist
J.ff.rson Count! S.O. on a critical incid••t.
I arrlfld ~n sc.~' at C~luUin. High School at approtiNhl! !lSS
hours. On Iy orrilal I I.t ,itb "Ibm "f lPO SlIt, lAd wm ,Glis.d
th,t .. •er. n..d.G in the mtbmt .ing of the sch ee l to ...t .ith
O.mr Stat offie.rs. I ... adli"d that !elml stud.nts had b.eft sbot
and thm me possibl! fllllr mp.cls in the school arted .tn Shotgm,
haMg." and oouibl! a rlfh.
Upon ,ntry in to th, so,th.ast 'ing of lh. soho.l, '. ,ot.r.d .n lh,
mond lmi jut lo,lh of the lh••ain EAtrall<e. At that tile u teel
.ith .fHcm fr•• OPO Itat aad usisled th•• in clming the ..in
oflic. aria and ltwal adjacent ro.u. AIt,r misting iPa it m
G.teni,.d that lPO Slit ...It break off and char the s..theut .ing and
lh. Seiene. r...s. i,ring the ..arch LPO Swat ofli~m enlmd aPG
c1,md " ••rm roolS in tb. sci.nc. h.111 .,d loutbml .;ng. During tb.
!emh we loc.ted ,ossibl, UP to 100 h.,talts, .hich ,m all learch..
•nd .scnri.d out of tho Schooi.
LPO Swet o!lims did .ssist a joint t,al of OOll Slit ud J,flmon
(,unly S,at Offims in the resm of II slud"ts and fmlitl fm the
.m kIlO" to os II Sci'ne! l.
-'tr, 'as ••d. int. r••11 .. Ihtr loel,d or unlock.d. Lock" r<lOlI
.. ntmd b, hreaking tho glm 'indo" and rmhing thro.gh tht
.indo, lnd ou.~ing lh. door. Eath r... lh.t .as cl••••1 hy lPi offic.rs
lIS mk.d aG,ising the tile that the roOI ¥as cleared and Ih. l.ltors L.
P. D...ill.. on the door. LP& o!licers ..,. caHad o.t 01 lb• .!<1m at
aper.,i••t.l, IflS hours, and adlil,d to cl.ar.
io f.rth.r infurtati.n.
ofc. U.ElMAI 142199

On 011099/11.0 I ..s ad,il.d thro.gh radie a1 " hpft.1 a 'ouihl.


"Oltlg. iodd"t at (.Is.hi" as. Sgl uarler and Conander Brandt wm in
route t. the mOl. I was ad,is'd lhat JeSi requ.st.d our SYIT l.aI. in
" positi•• of IVAI Coordin'tor, 1 rospond,d iro. " h....
On.! mila I I contacted com.d.r lrandt and Sgt Parior. It m an
ertr... I, ch.otic sih.tio•• I.as "babl, to iM.Gi.hly locah ..
ineld"t e..under sad b.g•• mieling i' Iha miral and d.pl.y... t .1
th, urlm lYAl unils; Littl,ton PO, Jeffeolo, l"pCOIO, lak"<IOd PO,
0"", Pi, and FII .1 then c.ntaeted tt Yalcher, JCSO and ad,h.d hil .f
II aetion. H. Ili.~ Ie to auist in lh' d.plol..n! and direction .f th,
tactical units. 1 contacted Sgt Parkor wh. had "t-u, a ml staging area JC- 001-009141
east ollh. sehool on Pierce St. and ad,\s.d hi. that It. lalehor
requ.sted " assist in th. tactlcal 4e,I.,...1 of the mio" resp.Ading
tm' .AG he needed to eoordinale with a tactic.l supmisor fr...ach
"
I Ih" dimttd Ofc hca and load t. st! ., a TacHcal Opmt!.ns Canter
for tht coll,c;;on an4 disse.lnali" of infomlion, I then mist.d L!
Valeh., I, the cO'la,d post.
iEIORT HAtRAIIYE,

At lie ,0n,lusion of tie initial la,ti,.l ,1earan,., I r.sponded 10 lb'


s,hool at the dir"tio, of ti, JeSO to ad.ise t~ SWAT t,all tiat
pmndi" lIluld rIlpoftd 10 eifel the mditi.! of tb, deeeas.d and that
additio",1 hm m. "qu"hd In elm Ibe se'ool agaift, dire.li.g
lnelr Ithntlon to lie ,unrous expl01he d,.lees and locatio. of bodies.
ri'l .er. to re.alft ift ,ollli,n unlll r,lie"d. Ti' till laS
appr"lnhlr 1100. I uhr,d tie stbool 10 helhr d.brief lbe r'l'llonH,g
"its as to tie situation.

it alllroxiuleir mo, at Ih' requesl ,I It Valther, I briefed Ihe


eo..,r •• tit, 'D. '.uld.t '0 l 50, Tiornl,n ID and Hortigl.on 19, .io
til. r.li •••d l~ unil' o. ,•••,. I In•• ,ontaoted lt 1.loi.r I,d ,1.at.d
tie sm, al mroliDhlr tlaD.

10 mm J ... holed D'l Job,s" LPD, 10 ad,i,. ill 01 'uppl .... hl


t.port, hI l'O ofll,.r, .,d of the TOt postings h'ld I, "id".,. ne
ad'isad Ihat h' ",ld eoordlnat' Ih, miang, .Ith JeSD. EiIlI Of
SUPPLEMEHTIL iEPORI

SUPPlEMEHTAl II CPl, sm P. OUU.:


I r~..h,d a pag, at 1151 irs. 10 mpo,d 10 th, area 01 W. L,nood
ao' I. 'im' II. til assist J.e.s.o. o. a criH'll l,ddent. Sgt. lardl
an' 1 mpood•• to tbe see" eOOt I and nl I!jl viti Sgl. C.V. alack It
I, Ilitel! 1ZiS irs. Sgt. slad di",te' us to lIat .p .itA S9t. Do.g
hrker in iront oi lh' sohool, on S. piem SI., io Ironl 01 tb, DIo
~atrlao,. Ono, titr~, Cpl. Ratoliff dir,et,' ", on, of LPO SVII'! t.o
s.l,m. to auist the tea.,' approach t. tb, scbool riti rilla com. I
;Dumd aft ~old,nlili!ll sm offieer coming Ih' lain ,olram I; tb,
lebool frol a eorm located just mtb .1 lilt entm ce, I took ~p an
inWal POslti.n at ,ix o'doci an. approdll!,lr 10 lar" fr.. lilt Din
'nlrane' rhm ! could ,oyer Ibe ujorllr .1 tit ~Ill 'Ide of the
leioo!. To iell,r eoe,r a '~ID" 01 grouoo 1,.,1 rlnd.ws l.tal,d 00 Ih'
Mrlbm east ,Id, of Ii. sch.ol, I I.nd 10 a pOIiti;o 011 "'loel and
,ppr"i.alely II mdl frol tb, ..In estr...,. and ,esilio,,' 1!S,1l
b'nealh a mled "hide. frol this pOliti.., Ie aod the .tber
..identifl•• SViT offleer, rere able t. ,r'Tld, eom fl)l' lin SlAT
,Ifio,rs e,odueliog !Yao,atioos of stud!,ts fr.. an ,ast,r. "il 10eat'd
'uo s"th ,f th, .. 1ft antrm,. I held Iii! , csiii.. "til ".h Ii.. I
lIS I..trueted 10 elm the incld,nl. Hotbing "riner to report.
S.P.Dugaolllll99.

SUmEMEMTll mOIl 01 mmm JAmON: JC.001-009142

O. lprll II, 1m .t aPlroxilil,lr II:U hours to rupood to PI,rca


Slreel a1l<l leawoo' IImt Oft ao mist to J'fferson Countj s.e. ~n a
,rili<ll ;o,ld"t at Col,aiint H;gh Sehool.

0, arrhal I misted rith '~lllogi and olher funetiofts at Ih' e....ad


po A' ,lud"I, a,d laaoi'rs wtr, able to t,it the building, J
alSl,ted rili ialminitg tb... sUbj,cts and collectad written
stal,.e,t! Iroa liese ,ubl.els. Tb,s, stllellnts "" subs,qu,otl,
tu,o.' ~Y,r to J.ffo~.
monmmm:

1 ,me to smr.1 "hool ptrs.nnel ••0 gl't possible ISSOC!;1e IliIH$ of


nnid Cmm, who m nptlhd fr•• th. Icho.1 arou.d Octobtr or
Mo"obor 01 1911, and Er;e Ootr., .ho is ,ot mrenl1, a ,tud..t at
C,luobi,. K;gh Sebool.

0...f th. ;"oh.d It,denll, Ada. Hane,,, did ilso ad'ht .. thit a Joh.
5a,agt had b,e. ;n,.I,.d lith th. Tre.che••t tIfi. ' ••g in tb, ,ast, ind
1O.1d know i lot abo.t th,., but didn't " •• to b' el0,'I, is,.elat,d
.m the. thi, ,ur, and had.'t bee. suo b, bil wuri.! a tr,.ch'oat
thil ,eh.ol lnr,
I u, also ad,ill1l tbit tt.. fo!lOllhg ptCple nr. r,port,dll In tbt
om" ma of tb, ,cb..1 at th. ti .. of the Incldeot, I did oot
perlonally contact aOl sf II", ,fetlos: rHi lerba, lldn" Ieali", Jan
Fltlder, Chri' Mikesell, Ptt,r Konath, Frank O'Ang,lo, Ilona IIadd..,
OarI,•• Mesch, aid Judy G'ocio.

I '" ,dri," that I lOuld b' mig ..d to a lab tell f., th, ,ch••I, and
r,oai.,d on ,tandb, u.tll appr.xl.at,l, 2110 bou'" ,h., r 'a, r,l,a"d
ter lh' .lght.
0, Ap,il !1, 1!19 I ",p~,d,d baci te th, ,c,", a,d ....n stand" for a
Ia~ 'eal, but us lubuqu.,tl! iuigud te e.nduct f,ll.,-up I,t",i"f.
I re,;.Il<i.d t. IIll S, Carr Streat to stt..pt t. contact a sb••ti,g
'letll .ho had ,ol>"q,;nt~eu'd fro. littl,t.. ~ort" HOlpital,
a Patricia lill"" ~ft... _ I •••, .11 at no.. at tb, resid.nc"
lAd a card vas left.

I later ree,h,d a pbone eail fr.o Mielw, .h. i.dleat.d tbat there are
two Patricia NI,1I.....ril,g for tilt Jeff...ch.,l lrsteo, and tbat tbe
'ielil u, ber daugbter-l,-law. She ,uppli'd tb, ,hm mier lor lb.
,ieti., nd tlls iefor"ti" us turned ow t. la" ..0<1 P,O. Serg,ant
Dan NcCasi.,.

Ith" ,,,,.nd,d t. littleton H.spital te att..,t to locate ..other


,ietil, the m. I had bee' gil.. vas gob lard.r. l'il ad,is.d it th,
hos,ltal th,t thi, Wi, .ctually lobert Yarnier, .h~ is th, step-father .f
a sho.t!!g 'lelia by the m •• f Iria. And,rso,. I Wi! ad,l"d that
Yar,i,r bad r'IP.nd.d t~ th, seiool aft.r tno i,cld"t had beg.n, a'd
,h.. h. discom,d thil bis 10' had be.. a lbo.ti,g 'lcHI, he appemU,
"Hermd chest pains nd Wi! tra,sported b, wiI,dics. Yarnier was
not ieh"i..,d. I later ...Hmd that A,dm., had bu, dil,rho t. JC·001-oo9143
luth,ra, Ho,pit,!, ,'d .e' ;nl,r,i••,; by a,olb,r lnl",i •• t,at.

On April 12, 1m I ..""d.d t. tb, leb~l and assi,tad with to",rding


1-.. 11 infmati•• recli••d b, littleton P.O. to tb, FII for furtber
anlillis.
m ••,tIHlAl mOlT II mECTm JAClSIlIl:
Also conlacted o. '!101l! taS OOUg Jobnso', a bi.I.!, teacber. Johnsoa
ad,i"d lb. toll,.ing:
Ibat b. ~as in !ciene. r~. ll, located at lie soutb1est cor"", .f tb.
b.ildih~.n lb••pp.r 1•••1,
lhal b, burd aeises, lb•• b•.,. 'hots.

Ihat b. In a I&h subject ....,hg a bhcl t'shirt, 5'11' to 6'11, tbin


b.i I•.

lhat h. uslstt. in 'rauhg Dm Sanders est .f .nt area u' into a lOre
seem am,
Ibat San'ers ISS bh.'in~ fr•• lba ..utb.

lbat tb••ind•••as sh.t ••t i. biol.~1 roo. lB.


That .tb,r tmb.rs; Therm N!I1er, ud licb L.ng allo assishd .lIb
.o.hg S.ndm.
CJaclson 1291 9.2699
SUPPLEUmL iEPOiT 81 OfC, !.UIlSEiTS
On 012011, at amolilit.11 III! bo.rs, 1 mp.nd.d .m jlet, Jllds.n
te ':olotbi•• Higb lcbool. 1 intmit..d mm1 stu...ts afler Ibal u"
'" 'le' fro. tb, scho.l and had ho ,tad.. ts "it, .,t
.lat....ts 'biob
", m.d mr I. lb. Jefferson COURtl Sberlff's !nm!i~ations bn,
On 112119. i mhhd D,t. Jaeb•••ith ath~ti.g to l.oale .iotill
of h. 'olo.bi" incidenl for i.te"h,s.
SUPPtENoNI.L IEPIIT II CNQI liANOI:
On l;lril 20, 1119 at approxilihl, IIUMs ! respond,. to Coh.bio.
Higb S'bool on I "quest fo' anista". b, tb. J.ff"m C",tl Sheriff',
offiCI on sbots f!'~d and sludents i'lurtd. ! mind at S. Pim. st.
an. i. Le,fOod at app,.,ll,lel! 1159b" an. ,onta,t•• Lt. Valeh., .b. 'as
tb. i Idd"t tOlllnd" for tb. J;fferson Count, Sheri If' s offi,e.
I ,e•••,t,d tl,t Off. la,a "la'li,1 a n,goti,tions op.r,tion, o.nt.,
lAd lal .m Sgt. 81,,1 'bo had jU'1 mind, Sgt. alack I.d I 'mined
mt of tM, incident .m Lt. V,l,her at the conand post an. "o,I'ad
mislancl as needed .m tbe c...an' an. acthit!u .f this inddent. I
cleared f,•• tbe sme et Ipprnxi.alo1y Imh,s and ,upond.d t. LPg for
, d.bd.1i ng.
RtaUHDI 1611 9.\lI99
JC- 001-009144

51"[11,11.[ IE,OII I! DEI. 81lANI LII':I:


o. mm, at .b.ut IISO bour' , 1 lIS p.!ed an. directed t. r.....d
te Cohlbi.. 11gb S'h..l te mid J,lIers" Cmtl .! I sbooti!g It tbe
'ebool, Ipoo a,ri,al, I ,as di,.cted to inl,r.i., students, te"her, and
oth,' ,apl.!,., as th.! ••" e'acu,t,d f".
lh, "ho.l. I int."i".dl
Ja,o. Rieha'd Vood
~08: Ollm
Sill I. Canton Trail
Llttht•• 19111
mOlT NARUTIVl:

,lu<lul .ha hi<l it lhe biolan '0"; di<l.'t Uf lhe skooter'

Jen.th ObUI
Doe: mltl
ll61 1. ll\lalls
(lOll llH21l

stude.t .Iot Md 10 tne choir roo.; dido't let tho 'bootm

It••ha.'o Kor••l
001: mill
6lID I. fa,to, (I.
Utt];to.
1101) 191-11li

'Iudent .ho hid i, the choir roo.; did.'t let Ihe 'hoohr,

is laeCau 1"
008: mm
Iall S. Salisburl 51.
lak....d
1101) 1ll-1UJ

,[ tmhir; had Morris ..d Horris i, bovH'1 class; VOIft't m. if


Morri, ... in cle.. on "10l! a••. ; Harri, tiS in elm 112m a.••;
subj.,ts mall, vor. black, hung.,1 tOl.thtr. did.'l .ing];.ith
othor studo.ts; ,~bj.cts thr.ata••d a.athor studa.t balar. l••s. but
no real ,roblea, sinca Ine•.

I,m (hristin! MI.l ...


ooa: 05l0s0
115l V. Hi"da;e Or.
\lll) 9l1-10!1

.bout IlIS-1l20, it lh....t ,ide door. p.opll bustiog in, sb"lin9


'I,t d,••, g,t do.n'; h,.rd 'hot, Ilr,d. sounded like a pi'l,l .od
and. 'bo.b,· bot '....M told hu It was a ,h.tIO. bla,t; I stud.ots
.ut,id, 'bot. an. i. th. f.e•• o.e i. tbe ilek, 0•• dead; ,....nt
call.d 911; lh" hid 10 tho b,tbroOl; h..rd intaraitt••t gunli re,
lh,.ti,~ i' liteb,,; • kid cHIIl,d Into tb. c.lliol to find flCap.
It., In • kid .ilh I rifle, bullal grmd th. h.ld of lh. tid JC·001·009145
<rli,~ to esei.'; In m l"i.el in a black lrmhcoat; .t 1mt
1.0 "bj.cts i,yol"d, h'ard tb,. talki.g, kieling llull around.
lhooti'l.
IEIOIT IAIIATIYE:

Lmrne Hell
000: mill
llll S. S~tridan, IH
Oem, 10111
(l01) 914-041&

kitehtn yo,I,,; hi. in lauo''1 mr litchen 'ith II ol~m; didn't


I " the ,h••t",

Jak~ lp"aea
all S, Vam st.
(lOll m-ml

,t soccer li'ld ,ith , frleod and hurd 'hat ,.und~d 11k.


Ilreemlm; law 1 l,bjectl nm "hool, ,hooting: one th...
bon' este r.of of ,eh.ol; subiletl ,hot lhotg.n toyard hi. and
hi, f,i.od; h~ ,.d hi, fri.na ',n t•• ho'" 'nd e.11.d Ill;
~. In , lunllft ducked do,n ,m nhotgun in "",r ,,,I; l,bjects
y.r. ViH, 1 Y~,rin9 ol,el Ir~oeheo'tl, bl,el b~rets, black pants,
black lflr boots, black I-shirts, eaming ,hotlm; h. has 1m tl..
<t seiool b,fore, but did ..t find tl.. in the yearbo.1 h. 'i! , .... ;
, third l,bje,t had 11glt br... hair, ,ming a 'hili I-shirt and
l.m, th,oYinl b.ob, ostc th, ,oof; sn on,",I.d~; Apodaca ha' not
,m hi. at "heol b.fm ISH YlITTEli srHEMUT).

Indy ,m,
000: ollm
Ii1 S. flo..r Sl.
lal....d
(lOll III·mg

PE IIl.h.r; pruio"ll h a d . Hmll aod Ihbo1d in elm;


III iojured kidl "tlid~ sebool i dido't I~e the sbooters

lilll,to. 'oli" offie,r Harl,n Vau~h allo Int~"ieYed "o,le il Ih,y


me mmh' fro. th. I<h..l. Officer V!Ugb int",i ...d:
Chrh amrd Wheher
01)8: 011183
1511 W. Calbe,. Pl.
Lilt I !l0. IIIll JC.001.009146
130l) m-llll

,,' 4ftd MI frilnds me abo,1 100 ,dl. frOi the s,l ..l; the, lit 1
s,bi"!I, 1 ""ing !ren,bmts, OM ,ming I yhite shirt; th~,
heard 'h,t they tho,gh! "" smhoh, so Ih., shrt.d mning my;
then the, fig.r.d ,hat the, hoard 'IS firocraeiers, so tbe, 'tartet
b.d toward th, school; OM of the subj.. t alud and fir•• a I" at
lh'o, se lh., dro".d te th, gr.u.d, lh•• sn tb. kid In
lh••hll, shirt tbro••bat 1001.d lik, grenades OAt. lb. ,eh•• 1 roof;
h••nd hi, Iri.nds ran a,a" flag90d d.,o a ear .h.,. neeu,ant, toot
th•• t. a hou,. ,.utb ,I tho ,eb••I; Viseh.r al,. ,., a subi,et lith a
g" in I.mr Park, but didn'l in" if it ru on. 'f lb. 'Moters fr••
1I. 'ellonl nr nnt: ,tb.r kid, Trmhe,.t H.Ii. (lIOT !HI SHOOmS)
Includ. Th,dd'" Soles, tuberl Pm" Stlan Sargfat, Jo",h Shir
(graduat.d lilt "lr): .,hlion, n. h.ak .f .. itltn ,t.lmnt als.
I.. l.d. inf,raali,n .b,ut • b,u, T"'l. T,r"l, HOB-III or HiD-;11,
••d a ,.bj.at &'-6'1', .ar-l,ogtb broll bair, li,-d" lbirt and
ilias Im WRITTEN lamENT),

Itrrl Hm..
IiOB: mil!
1141 S, hrr.. Yr.
liltl,t.. 1I\li
POl) 918·1619

aath te.eher; .bout 11l1, heard 2 dl,linet ,h,ll; Sil lids rmi,!
d••• hall ,em.ing; flr. alar. ",I ,If; h. took hi. elan out tho
-"t IOtra", l,to t....od PICk; .10 glrl at L....04 "rk .h,
had
M'l in U. 1.g; lid' lmh.d ,mibl! Kolin Harris,_
. . . 011.. TO.bull?

!Illy ri. liIlingmrlh


001, omil
sm S, Hol1"d 51.
Liil1.ton 10m
(l0l) !lH812

studut; didn'l m th. ,nn,l",

l,';' Ho,l Cofl.,-a.rg


Doa, 121182

IaOI Y, a.II"I" lye" ID-101


tltlhlon 1012l
(lOll 9U-2IIO JC.001·009147

'lud.at; hurd kid, III lh.y sa, • kid .ith eurly br... hair, ...ri,g
a tmc'eaa!, ,',oting

J.nn;I., l., H.l.n


loa: 111110
5lli 9, E.l" CI.
Littl.t" IDIll
1,'OIT NAIRATIve:

(lOll m'liTl

sludent; dHn't set tbe sbooterl

larlI lurr.'1
001: Omi:
1911 I. M.,I"",od Or.
1IIt let.n 911ll
(lll) lil-0m

stll<ieol; didn't see the shoolm

Josoph liebaol Ragolo


OOB: 052m
SlSl S. [slu iy,
lIltldon ifill
(lOll !ll·91U

'lud"l: didn't s" the sbootm

00 012199, Ofileer iaugb aod I me directed 10 intmln Ada. liebae]


Iyl", OOi: m182, .110 had buo treatod aod reloaled lrOll littl'loo
Hospital. Ie rlSponded 10 Iyler's ,.,. aod inler,lned bit i. the
pmme of his parlntl. Iller bu a learning disabl1lly and lift mble
to e•.,lIte a writh' slatmnl at thaI HIl>, Ve did obtain a tid!eal
rmrds relem I;g"d hr lylor aDd bll .olher lallaebed 10 inlmhl
,.Iul. Ijler "ported tbal:

he mt I. Imh in lb' cafeteria aboul 1110 hrs.


at a'o,t i III br", tmhe" ,tarhd yell10g at Ihe kids to gol don
be a'd Rlan oelbridge, Jill mOlSly and anolher girl gol uoder a
tabl,

ho hurd .hal so..d.d iii, a ,laoe l11iog I•• and tben gmhots

I" subjoels Hr. rooniog aod firing shots


JC· 001·009148
mrr." seattmd, and be got bil .ith a obair in the ribs during
the c....ll.,

lold his frhn4, Mtl Hoffschneld.r, to star .ith hi., but fUlt,
",lied tbt fir. alar. a'd ran out
1401 nnt into th. litch.,

~. sao one of lie mptcll, a II~, !1-I1 lear, old, S', un'n••,
mORT mwlVE:

night, 10.g blhdkhhie\m,s cap, black Imchcoat,


h'nd' in "at pock.t" c.,eri,g lac••ith ha'd, didn't "e •••p.n,;
Houghl h' h.d sun lhls kid belore - mund lllas, thi, kid and his
Iriends hid lhmla"d ldu

I,•• t,ld lda. h' 'iO •• r, "bj.cls .ith th. sUSP.cli t,an to,k .11
lh' lunch Iadi!! in lh' hck 01 th. kitcben told lh. kids to co..
bad lhm .m lhu; ho junior girls 1m lda.'s history class
"'I bad lhm oith ldu; Ii .eopl, bid tbe" all.g.thor; th.! .ert
barricad.d inlhe roOi I.r h.urs; tall.d .n tbe ph.n. to Omer Pli
SWlT li.O lold th•• to g.l in lh. bathroo. and lh.n .I.cu.l.d lh••
lhr"gh the lac.ll, I"nge
lrler's parents t.ld Olficer Vaugh and •• thai Ad.. had
that:
.ls. told lhu
.hen b. and lhe olh", .." hrrlcai.d in lh. kitchen, lh.,
hurd sbots, reloading and pecple talllng

Ih., ' ..rd at l",t ho diff""l kinds ,I g,..h.b, pmibl,


lholg,ns and pist,I,

" .ert ",m if th. gunfire was Ire. tb. p.lici or th. su,pecls
tb'r hmd ,h.ta o,tsid. lh. litch.n

th'r m, behind ••otal rolling g.to, and thor beard 1-1 lh.ts bit
it

armd 1m 19Ii, I kid' i' bl". I..lbar lm~heoats lhmtmd ,dn,


t.l1ing bl. lh', ••re gol,g to ,Ill hla il h••••t to ,la", a.d if
n. lold anlo" abo,t th. threats, th., ..,ld 'hool hi.

Idu Inn the, .ere call.d the T""h Coil Malh


tb. lr"cn Coal Malia kid, b,ng 0,1 nm the posl-grad mhr 61Hlh
hm

Id.. told his ,m,ts ••d the f.II ••i.g schoel ,moml abo,t the
thmts: sid leali.g, irad lUlls, iud, hrlin, Mt!, lar', loter
Mo",lh, I..in lend.

0, OW!!, ! recahed a phone c.l1 1m aet. Christian e••to, of lho


Engl"ood '.li,. loparta••l, ,b. rela,.d i,lor••llon ,bo,t a su,~iciou,
incidenl that .",md at the ling Soopm, 5050 $. roderal Shd. ael.
eOllt., tol d It tb,t:

on Olll!!, om-Iua htl" a subjecl i. a blac. tmch,aat ..hred JC· 001-009149


the .lore 'nd pmhased Ii v. H lIer pop bott Ias

the "bj"t was !I-II ,tar, .ld, ml tall ..d tli., .ilb lo,g brm
'411 ~airl Juring $IIBg1aHU
REPOITHAIUlm:

the lab!«t "gag•• i. commtion .m the checklr about the


col"bi'e " incident
gralfill 'a! la!a~ f""d i' lh. stm rutrool that said, 'I botbad
tnll bigh school and ,oddard (tiddll school in LiltletOA) is nut'

I "mni"lid thi s infomlio. to Lillleto' 'olic. Coo;,d", Smdt,


itd.., "d Chri,tmen, .ho ,tated th.! had already rt<:lh,d thi, report
"01 !,gl"ood P9. Ho f,rth,r actio, ,a, lal., b, Ihi, offie.r. Sr,a.,
I,,,b/ml!mm.

lummn REP9RT B! 9flEtTIVI JOAN ICHIO!R:

u, April 10, 1119, I hurd the call co.. i, Irol J.ff erso. Ca. 1.0.
that ther, had b." shot! fired it Cal,.bi., High 'ehoal. I r,spa,d" to
th, school. I i'l",imd tbe fello'ing ,t,d,.li al tha, cm o,t of lh'
,ehoa1.

Til Iisti,
Doa mOil
ssn v Srandt pi
Ii' ',to" ,,10m IOHlHll8

H. ,tatl' that h' was i' lh; cahterll 'he' ,ric Harris a,d 9ylan
Klibold m. in and "'a 'hooti,g guns. H. ran to tha mtrool In tha
l!lel", loung a, Ha cruled "p in the e,m,g frol th, mtroal to try
"'d mlpa. As he dI4 Ihis h, 1'.'4 Ihlt it lIS I fals. ceili,g and h.
fell through to the floor.
As he fell h. foun4 himH i' fro.t of Iii 1.0. Th. oil ,m Ih.
lo.g bllck 'I;r ,ol.ted the elf), at his h!ld. R. the. ran out I.e door.
mIl I trot! o,t , ,tat .."t .hieh tal gim to Jlffco Oillet;" at the
scm to help prlpm I larrant.

~m CIIP,el t
DGI OSIW
7111 WIlllg.. PI.
Littleton, Co Si123 lOH1Hlil

She ,t,t,d thlt 'h, lIS in the c,fet,ril 'han th. 1.0 bo" "tm4.
She gm Ih, fell..I,g dmrlpHe' of th, h. mpects;
Il bliCk CO<1I, I'H'l,d"i ,II" l.,g bro'. hair, dark eyu,
re,g' ccapI"io., and <as "ari.g a Cip. lie'" this suspect run to the
St,Irl I'd ,h,t p.op1, IS they .e'. go;,g ,p th, ,t.irs. H. liS c,rryi,g
I 'big bl'" g,.,'.
When she m "4 hwd this she ran to the C.IIO'S mao

)lg~)l lOt h~ was giving ord~r5 to the Qther slJsp.eet, Be vas aising
.t people .Ith his \o,g hlni ,We, h, m shooti,g it thi,gs i' th,
"flier;., she ,.ticed till he tal mrhg I bell thlt hid oth" gv,s a.d JC- 001-009150
allunitiiin,

I mtodia, m t,1 Ii,g the iids to g,t dm.


lb. h. susasct s .... y,lli,g es th.y shot tn. r if les. Tb.y Jeri
talU,g ab.,t h•• f" Ibis was and tl.! .m la,gli,g is tb.! did all .f
In is,

Ti. t.. mp,cls starlad a fire in the con." and th,y rIO •• t, !~.
fi" I.oi,d OiIf",nt b"a." It .as orang. in ,.I.r.
She I,ft .itb t•••th.r st,d.nts, K.nny 0••1.! and Srittan! I.od.n,

Caapb.lI ,r.le out I lIatmnt .hi,' is att"h•• ,

Iran Onid O"thrag,


009 omll
sm I lak. 'Ia"
littllton. c. Imo
H. stat'd that h. didn't .b"m anythi,g, Ih" th'l Imd th,
gunlir, th'l ran tc th, kltel" and stal,d there ,ntil the P.1ic. mind
and got Ih•• out,

Er:' "It
l 101101050 I.C.l St.
O"W, eo 10221 lOHIHlII

,ric bad call.d the littl,t., rolle, O./t, after h. hear. ,h,t rat
;.l,g .n at C.l"binl, I C.mm Citl .ffim rupond'd to his addrul
and broughl hi. I. the scm as ., h,pl. h. 1O.ld ,r.,id' int.lI lor
th." ,t tb. scm. Aukt pmid,. lb. f.11ori,g inl.mtion;

That h. m , .ub,r of Ih. tren,h",t "fi••h., h. '" ,till ,


ltud.nt ,t (oluobin e. I, hot h, h.lp to start It by Vliri,! a
trencbcoat. ais ",gM .. to.
othars I.n".i, It laS not a hateful
gre.., at this till. a. laS a vare tha! It ha' be,... this "I.

Tha! .Ihm be \". tbat m. invol"d in th, group fm J~ Stair!,


T,1 6'lh" iarla nut ,m "in.vo) lnd J'li' 0",1;1,
Th,t Ih,y didn't like scheol. Th!y alwll! talk,d about mtln; to d.
thi,g! te the dean .f studenl! oar,

lbat lb,y m! into !atanie .otshi,.

:t Erie bas lh. anarchist , ••'book. JC. 001·009151

lh!, talk,. Ib.,t "tH,g boob, around school and Ibo,t bloving ,p
th, lebool.
Th.t lh~T talk.d ,b"t hOI it mid b, fun is e s.. l.r prenl to rld~
lhr",h lh~ Ich,,1 ,. , dirt bi,,, ,ith g", and ,h.ot it up,

Thai th~l h.l'd Cr,ig PI,c" lb, d,••• Th'l h,t,d bi. b,ca."
,b",,,, lb'T g.l i,t. lroubh h' was the OR! lh,t c"ghl th..,

Th'l l"t ym there m • light h,t",. lh' ,l.",s "d lb• ••Ii •
•g.i'st the i.els, T~, ,.Iia group ••,Id chant sat•• ie ,ars" " lh'T
Iilk.d bT the joeh,

Th.l _h.ds ¢01P,tlr srst.... H' had.d i,l. lb. sch••h


coI,'ler STIli' '''' t. chang. grades, • use t••or' .t 8,rger Ii.g,
lh.t Ih'T '50 t. h"g out lith • Gusli n Seeb.1 dL

0, OIll19 c.lI.ti" stm J,h",' and I ",~••d'd tc t ittlet.. H.,~i\.1


and i,tmjmd the t" rmi.i.g Ihooli.g ,leU" ,h..." ,till thera,
lh'l stat,d th, 1011""9,

Th.l ~, Is , iu.ior ,I C.!ullli •• High lch.ol this Tm,

Th,t ~, .as 11 th, library lith tvc frie'ds, lie" i.kla a,d 'It
rrela'd. Th~T m. sitti.g ,t a tor",
tabh hI In. find•• ,
Tb,t b, hwd I I••d 'haaser' ••tse, lik~ tb, ,•••ds .m cOIi,g lro>
t~, ,,11, H. hw~ 'p,ps' 'hi'h \, hw figmd "t m th, b'lh, g.l,g
'fl. Th', tb.. h'ddl'd 'nder the tabl ••

That ther/! vere two suspects. One was tall ud 'u one short. Thff
b'd " long tmc~ ceats. TH.y ,m both wea,l,g black naps, backwards.
Th,t th., ..re y~I1i,g things lik, . 'Thi, is lor th, rour lms .1
as IOU hI'! gl", us' and 'All jocks di!. ',.d '.~it. hits .il1dio' Dan
l,id b' .as ""iog , ,hit, bat so ~. too, it off .. ~ put It b.t.... hi,
1'9 S,
That II. h. ,I th...... la.ghi 'g tb, ,~,1e ti .. ,

Tbat th.y p.int.d tb, gun It I hlack ,tu~"t and said, 'stand ,p
.igg" b', a.~ th., sh.t hit,
JC. 001-009152
t lh.y th.. ,h,t lh' thm 01 thn.

That Pit m ~il hi" in th, b..d.

fh,t h. '.pt hittiog 'al to try and ,.., hi. mh,


Th.t !h. h. mp,cl! thn tnm • ho.o ,t lhu. lie., m~ht it lAd
lbm it to th, cerner , Th., lh., a<le<i d....

lilat lh. ,ops .m .,lsi'. hy lhis ti.. an. th', shot .t the
.1Ii"".
fh,t lb., then hwd sbots i~ lb. ian"l so lh', ran out the back
door,

lilat th., hi. h'hind , pollee ear.

lh.t h. and Mie., .ld. it out tog,ther.

Th,t th, t.ll er 0"' is tb. 0" th.t shol hi••

That lica, "eogni"d 0" of thu and said, 'Th.t', G,lan.'

Th.t b.!b ,I thn b'd guns lh, ,It... on, had" "tmtie. lh'l both
h.d b;ekmks th.! h.d bctbs in th... lh, h..bs had fms c.. i'9 ,ut oj
dllct tap,.

lh.t J"'l ,olla ran out .ith lh•••h., th, ho suspects.m In the
h.lh'l.

i
I. th, sp.ke .ith ;
Jmihr GOll, Goa clIm

.b, ,ht.d th, i.ll"i,~;

Th.t 'h' Is • junior ,t C.I",bi" High leh.,1.

lhlt sb' was i, the Ilbml ,h,n this h.ppmd .nd "d.d up und.r the
l.ble .m thm !m; CO" (,nk last nne), unk RiI', little .ith bl.nd,
hair , ,nd .uslin Uha,k,.

Th.t Corl had bm shot. Ih, 'is ,f"id h, ral dud hee.,se she 'as
1,,1'9 on to, of hi •••,d sh, "tl"d 'hl,04 1"ki'9 'O\.'
lh,t • kid c'., i, th, lihr,ry .h, h.d b••, shot in the sto••,h. K,
told US to ~.t "det th. t.hh.
lh,t Ih. m b,ll.ts h,uncing 'ff the .al1.
JC·001·009153
lhat she hmd !mhots and ho.bl and thay kept !,tti" l,ud.,.

That th" t,ld th.. to em o,t f'o. i,d" lh. t'ble.


The! thto left lh. lib,a" a,d cUi back.
That .h.n th.! ,a..
bad th" p,ihd th, ,h'ir nul fro. lh. tahh.
She sat lh. bl"l h••ts 'nd th.,ght .t was the p.li". 0•• •f lb.
s"peets then ,.ill,d his g,n at her and shct fo,r li ••s. She .as str,ci
i' the rigbt hand.

Ih,t ,b. '" lilli,g .m her inees l,ek!d UP ..d her hud .a, I" h,r
arlS.

That sh. th"gM lhal th. Oft! .ho 'hoI her .as £rl, Harris. ,h.
dis,'l in.. his nm "i., t. this incid.,t b'l sao his ,ieture " LV,
,h. said she m .ot,hing Channel \, and il '" lh. ,i,t", " the ,igh!
,ide .f the scrm. H, was ",ring bla'h ho.ll and hla,' ,,,ts and h' was
a dirt! biond,.

Th,t ,h. hurd .... f th.. say to the .ther .... 'd. I" 'now .hat
else I'" bm .a,ting to do? Hah sc.,.".'

That t.,y ".' " f". th, hacI of the libr." and got ,nd., th,
lah1.,
Ih>' ,h. lad heen litting ,t the bnt lable, Sh, h,d a b1a,i baci,a,k
I r:::alcul.;tor ,~ it.

Ihat ."tin "id (,Iter th, shooti,g), 'w. got to g.t .,t of hm.'
le' to tift", .f thn the' ra. t, the back g.or .nd out ,f the sc~o.1.
lhll th", ducked behind. police car.

That lh.t! con<1nued thl entire ti.,.


Sh. Slid t~'1 hea'. bo.bs going
'ff. Ih. CO,I s,id tb!, ,.'e c'li,g f,o. the ,it,hen l,.a.

lhat lh' m onll ho ,eeple doL,! the sho.ting and th",i,g the
b.lb,,

l,t" ., 012199 I fIS ",.d te alsist the fomsic lell IS i"id. the

for tu. IS f!S tm,d .w


school. I ,,,ti,,o, t...r] .ith thi! tm through omit••1I,a,....'\
to Bar,,,, ,ith '"bl. H,isi ... f £iI.
JC- 001-009154

SUPPLEml !l mmm STEVE JGHNSQH:

II I.
0, /llril 21, tsss, I .al at H! littllt.. P.Ii" I.,arll,'t and at a,."d
hur' tiltht" ,.li"
Oil~atch" lathl CHIISl ,i' , ",o,t th,t
th,,, h,d bm a shooti,g ,I C.lulbi" High Soh"i and that ther! ..,.
'st""t, dOlO.' I th.n shrted to res,o.d te th. am ,f I, BOlles I".
and l. 11m, It. 'hm I heard a c....nd "51 f!l ,.l,g ,stablished.
When I arrive, th,re, J.ff",on C",ty Shoriff'l 0"1",,1 ,,~mt.d that
i,tmim ,. ",d"t,d .f ,tud.,ts f.und i, the "h.,l, I I,ti"I...d
the thr•• "I,. lt~d.,ts ,h. ,ff,r,d f.llo,i,g stat'I.,tl:
lj1. Hi(holes iRlMlETT
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i21\ S. Eaton cr., LiW.ton CO {lOll liS-lUi

Ihat h' was o~tlid. sitti,g 'j


lh. door that ild to the Tun(broo. ,m
Jaus m~AIl, Mor' (lasl 'H' "t'o"l, .,d 1ill 8ECK and he beard '.i1
thm p,ps.' BRAlilETT .limd that thm m •• lot 'f p.ps th.t h.
asmd "" gu, shots. He f~rtblr said 'urb. 20.' That h. th., sar a
kid em up .nd stir! ''''ali,g, 'g,t it .ff of .,' ,hkh 8UIIlHT said
" did not ",", 'hat th, lid laS r,fming I. ,ut th.ught it mt ef been
th, gouhot lOu,ds. mMt!rr !aid h. did 'ot kIlO, 'hat ha"...d to that
,t.d.,t bot ,.,t I,t. th' l.h•• 1 after that aad said that Ih. sb.ls
e.. ti",d. iRlUElT also ,Hmd that ,. then saw a '9'1 ""hg a blaet
tmch coat eau out of the s'hool sh••ti,g.' BRAillTI olimd that th,
kid bad 1.,g bl.ek hair. BRAMLETT .ffmd th,I h. does 'ot how t~.
,tud.. t bot h. has long hl"d hair a.d 'nmo" call, ~\I G'lan.'
IIlNlEH IIld l~at n. laW a "I, ,l.d"t Ja,i<g on the iro••d th. lhi,
"hj"t hid sset , BlmETT 'aid that h. th.. mt 10 a stotag. rOOI and
hid 1m II ,ther 'hd.nts "til SUT g.l th,. out.
lntervlesed:

Mio01l Ie", mal


OijB: iH!-i1
SIlO I. i"ld ir., tiltht." CO {lOll m·an
REIllY offmd that she <as I. th, Biol'9f r"l .ith Ii to 10 .m" kid'
a,d 10 oth" kid' ca.. in, lEllll said Il.t sh' heard ' .. i,,' that ,h.
descri,.d " 'gm, h.,h, .. d "ols.' That ,h, kne. a teach.r had bm
,h.t a,d ,h. sa. lYo kid, ,.Ip hi.. Th.t ,h.
"it,d for sm "d then
ren fr.. th, "h"l.

T,hl CmmrH
ODS: IHH2
ISiS ~. p",ti" h,., lIttl'l.o, CO POll .,t",
CHmvm offmd t"t h' was in hil liology class "d was taking! test
.hen h. 'oard gunsh.ts and tHen th, d••r '" ,h.t. Ib.t ,. "et thm us JC· 001·009155
, t..eh" hI th. om .f .r.
S,••der s ,ho tal 'hot and injor.d i, th,
nert rOOI. cmovm offmd that h. heard 'lot', of imhols' and
he lped pUlh d",', '? .galnst th, do.r "til th'l .er. rmued.
I t",misted ,ith ,;nor ta,ks II"9St the ot'" im,l1gllor,. I
I, ' IHat "'".us 'hOlb" .. re stj ll i. th, sehool and it WIl.ld h.
"I" ,Ie b.foro I""tigalors rere 111... d I. t', "hool.
O. lori! 21, 1m, I r,tumd to the "hoo1 t. ",1,1 i, the
i","llgation, I, port ,f thl" 1 ",t lith littl,ton ,.n"
D.leeti"
Joan semER to littl,ton He,pital and inl"'i"'d Dannl SHPltTOM ..~
J"nifer nOllE. I l'm,d that ~.tb of tbtl~ ,i,ti., nr~ in tb, Iibm!
a'd bad mta;"d S,nsbot ...,ds. Tb' ",tent .f tbos, "!mi..s 15
,.,t.i"d .ithin (H,eth, SCHROEi's supplm,t. 1.as .,11 te 5eevr!'
$!rim bo.ily i,j,,! foro for SmlEToi tb.t was sig,,' by Or. IOU' .bo
off",. that STmm~ h•• Imt,d al. for I to 2 guns'ot .o~n's te tilt
left fmr.

I us thin usign,d te tb. iaterior of tb, soh••l t. mist i' "il'


,w, doem,hti". r 'IS mig" •• to t,n II ,nd assist,d tbat tm
,I" ., Inri! 21, 1m.

I ha" bun ."ig..d mum oth" i,!!1 ",ort! that .il1 b,


imsti!at.d, d•• ,."t.d a,d fomrd.d to the Jefferson Cou,t, Sheriff's
J""t."t.

SUPPlmHT 80nEClIVE I. HUmIN:


'J, HH9 at app",ilillil, 11,15 A.i., Littl,t" foliC! Oispat,h
ai,,' that thm had b'" shets fbd .t Co1>Di" HiSh Soh..1 iAd tbat
JdfAl'soll CO\illty Sheriff 'as r~qlft5ting assistance. I responded to th!
ar the bigh school .h", I •• t .ith leff",un County lithoritlu.
TI.! rec",t.; milabl. i.mtlgators to i'lmi" ,tv...ts an; tmhm
as th., are brought fm the schooL

I i,tmi ...; the fol J,wl'l ,,,,Ie as th.! .,ltld th. bu1ldl"1:
Tf1" in lac,... '1In/lt·nH. 'as .alii,g te ,arU,g lot .ith
friends. lbat h. sa. a perm I,m to hil as Dylan carry;,g a mad ,ff
shotgu,. That it leered II if h. bad shot. Ille stud"t 'ear tho ,aet
pati, am. Th.t h. also observed Dylan light a ,ip, b••o, throw it and
.. t,h,d it ..,lod,. Jad"' alse s.. .,other 1l1o ,,,,1'9 I dar' tr",h
o,at, "~I,m ,ho. H. hm' smeal gunsh,ts, en, as h' loolid am'.
su a p~rs{Jn shot iil the ltg,

.1,,\,. E,g". Hiel", 1/ll112"" did not obsem an,,,, that <as
shooti,g. Oid sa. lh.t the fro,t d.or had bw shot out,

l da ii ••I, Stair l/1i18l Sh' w i' the lib"" at t\. ti ...


u

Girl, i, and stat" that a gUT had a gv,. She got ",er",U a dest
to hi,•• Iec .. les I""m ""'1 ... ~i.g t .... hcoals me i', '"
,all,. the other 'Rad'. Th ... h, y.l1,' t.!h. stud.,t; that we,. JC- 001-009156
hi di ,g 'st! up no. or we .iIl bIow yo" h"ds off.' lmda sta,.d "dar
the tabl.. Ihe tre Ill" starti.g firi,g ...",1 shots iMide the
lin",y. sh, hear' ,or 6 ,to,1< had bm shot.

. Malha' Hatfi,ld SllSls2 liS i, lh. nahllria when the


nH.

sb.o""g ,tuted. Tb" .a,into lh. kitchln to g,t my. ME s.. onE
,tudE,t ,hot in th, 1'9 outside lne cateleria 'ear th, 'Mil', .hich is
"" thl South w\ing lot. The ,hoot.r .as d,!cr1b,~ as tall, ",ri,g a
tr~nc. coat! r~d hair uarin9 a baseball styh cap.
j
Sm! llnll) Slaw 1/l1/1l--S!' las "W,S i, ti. ,.feteria .t
.pprolitat,ly 1i;!1 •.••••" Ih' ~md gmhots. lhb bid ndor • tabl!
Ier , flY .inot.s th,n ran 10 Ih Ut,h" 10 hid, lith oth"l. Dmril.
shO¢t" IS .mi,g , tf""h ccst, Ihould.r I"gth 110nd. my h.ir, bl",
bmb,ll ty~. cap b,i,g yom bac'nrdl.

Jmif!r J,..lt. Ti'd,11 IOIlS/ll n


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lot .t ,pprOIi.,I,1 111;1! •.•. ,h.n Ine ~urd ",,,,I smhotl.


he tale nb)"ts near • It.i,,,l1. ih. described sobjeeh " ihe Ii"t
I,.
was cut i, tb. Ilod..t parki,g
In

O'e b,i,g t,ll/1Unny, "'fins , ,hit, 'hirt, br,," hair, po"ibly tied
back. H. ,as wri,s ."t Ih. b,limd to he an "iolilie rHle, th.
ki'd 'he has 1m on tel,yilion. Th. mend lub)e,t h.d on , I..s blac,
t,.nch ooal, bl", hair ti,d hac" h.." set. Did not '" ,i. ""1i'9
any sons. ,h. I.ft th. m' I••• dhte I,.
l""n, L,e '"e, 1/11/91--,h. 'a' in Ith ho,r l,je~el cl.". lb.
'laled i. the to" lh, enH,~ ti... ,he hurd IIm,1 gu"hotl h,t did
.ot SO! an,lhi!g.

Tina 1" h,m, 1/2/82·-5h. ViS in the choir roOi. Hmd moral
shois h,t ",.rI •• ,nythi,g.

"aig D.nnis PI", I/ll/Il--H. is a IE tn,h~r. He was just 'Cling


h, '" I"'h .. d u, 0' the ~,rthsid, of the b,i1dins. H. saw smral
kids running Ir" he s'~O¢I. ~. ~md smral rapid gunshots h,t did
nei lie 'he was shootins. H' 'l.ted h. does
ga,g. th" dress in black and mr ,olb,l boots.
in,. ro.,
of the trenche,at
.r, describ.d is
b,i,g a.tl·"labli,h..,t.

Carole jm '.Id 10/7/l8 h


is ,librarlle,h,i,ian. Aaid b, the
'"

'm .Il,i, KU, was .ith her. nil hmd a ·p.p~ing n~i,,· I~ th.,
",t tc oh.d on it. Th., saw t....I" lith ,illls, 1.,g and bid
,mHo One of th, .el1s hd a I"g 1ub,l" pip., jani,g ,t,ff do...
Both th.. hid i, , 'md prool rool.

All of Ii•• b,,, d"mnts and Itatmnts ,ill h, forward,d to


Jeff'rs" Co,niy .,lb.rlti".

1 did al so wilt .m lh.ir 1,\;11 groop at the sohool on i.doesd'l


"d lhmdll, lpdl lilt 'nd 21,d, Ull.

JC·001·009157
LClMaNO LITTLE I 'oli« Oispatcher
LJPETm LITTL!I Poli C! lorgmt
lNSOTTLE llTTL!1 Victh Auistant
mnSON LITTL!I Poll" officer
~OiOOO LlTlLE I p~li" Offim
~JSCHIO! tITTL!1 Polie! Ottecti..
m!m LlTTUi P~lie! offim
mUlE! LITTLE 1 Poli" C"p~ral
mml LITHE I Pollc. Officlr
mHlIlLlTTln Police Offim
mmi llHLEI poliel OffiCi'
PFtRmO urnn Polie. lorlU.t
mml LlT1LEI Polie. Illpateh.,
lCaum LITTLE I ohili.n COIu.d"'Pat"l
lCUOVll LITTLE I P.liel Officer
RmU{ ,ll1L!1 Polie. Oispate~"
mamo LlHLE I Po li" Off i e.r
RJtAiMOO LIT1LE I P.lie. Officer
RJmONO LITTL!I Polie! officer
lLiIClEi lITTlEI P.li" 1o'1... t
nTlUOf urnn Poli" Officer
Rocms LITTL! 1 Polie. officer
momA LITTtEI Poliee Det"t;'.
mEllOtt umn Polie. oimteh.r
semMOS LITTLE I p.I iee offim
SJMArOUI urnn Cril' IRalut
mum UTlUl P,liee C...",I
SPJOMMIO LIlTH 1 P,I iee Deteeti"
IPIHllH lITHEI p,li" Office'
mum umu ',liee officer
TmMHlM lITTLEI ,.lle. Oilpate'"
mum 1ITHE I oepartmt Hud I.er.ta,!
neoam LITTLEI p.lie. mi",
mATCU LITTLE I Polie. Corporal
fCmNlH lmLEI Hum officer

DU'ing tb..... aRd a half sioee ColUlbi" HS urious ...orts a.d


i,tlllig••" "oort, hil' bn. 1ath"nd hI offims, H,••hll, I Cm
HUlbn, hal bu, init11l1d 'R taeh and all inforlall.. and ,&lel hm
bm "p.rlld in I'tl. r'oor\1 IRd tbn Rale file. "'" a,. the r,ports
lhat I al fuiHa ...m. lou sh.uld "ad through th.1 and add any
i ,fomt;•• thaI ukns thn IO"eo,,!all, f uil It li IOV uk.
Siljlp]'It,tal ,hang'l so that I .,... Hosl of thlln art b.i,g further
",1",d by the O.leelh. Ohi!ion. C"tact t•• Ont.elh. mign.d if
IOU haTe a'l qu.stions. Her. are tb. eml""all are 1!dO".lllt;
1211; 1113; mIl 1111; 11l1; JIll; llll; mOl 1m: ll!1; and mi. JC- 001-009158
Tba,h fer all ,our hard •.,. ir, Ibis "gud,
10: AIlLUTR lIHW Po lice Cor,ora1
mRA~CH LImEI '011(, Oata,li,.
IleDOTH LImn Poli,. Ol,pal(net
I~UI!lIN LimEI 'oli" Offim
UTllLOR LITTlE! 'oli" Oeh'lhe Semtan
aJCHRIST LITTLE I DI,is!" (,uudit-Su"orl Sml,es
&LINCH UTTLEI ,.li" Oel"t;"
emml LimEI 0;''';0' (,uander-Ot,te,ll"
mill LITTLE I 'oli" Offi",
cmom LIHlEI P,lk, Del"ti',
cwmo Lrrnn 'oil" O.lt,II"
cum lITTLEI H'IU Officer
CNBROIOH LIm El Poli" ofH",
COSH!iP LITTLE I "lie, otH",
cmOSI LITTLE I Poli" offim
cmACI LIm!! P,liee Ser!!!,t
DI8m Ll!1LEl P,li't Offlm
DlR08m LllTlf! P,li,. Officer
08101NS LlTTLEI Poli" 'r",rly I E,ide",
QOSIOCU umu Crllt Pr~HntiOft Otfic!r
mILus LI TTL EI Poll~. OW",
OJSCOTT lITTlE I Pollee om",
mIRm lImEI ,.lie, Sarg,a,t
EaWINCllLITTLEt P,I ice Offl~ar
EIILl!
ElmON
UTTlEI
lImEI
',IPoli"lea offi",
'Ir;;'9 Offi"r
EPmYEl LlTTlEI Poll" RI",4$
EPTliOl LITTlE I P,II" Wgn't
GOIOHW LITTlE t P,H" C,r.otal
mml tITTlE I P,llea o,t.~ti'e
mllm urnn Po1i" Olsoal,;,r
ILNm lfTTLEI P,I I" Chief
GSltKlHt umu p,lie, ~liiw
HFVAUGH LITTlE I Police offi",
JIJOHm uttu I PoH" officer
/ASUIHlR urru I p,li" affim
JOOmN urrn Poli" offi,,,
JEROellT lilTlE! P.\I" o,t"li,e
JfTllLOR LITTLEI Poli,.OI"at,h.r
JJllNOlO urnu P,Ii" Offim
JJUCUU LlTTllI PoHce Officer
mum urru I "Ii" Prepert, I hi den"
JlVm llTTUI 'oli" ~fflm
mm llTTLEI Poll" Dlspat,her
Jlvnm LlTTllI Poli<l Officer
JNiIlLIl LITTLEI
JC· 001-0Q9159
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JlmGNI umu p,ll" Officer
mmST lmU! Poli" Olsoatehu I,p,nl",
runru LITTLE I Poli" oHi",
U(ICHijN LITTLEI P,li,e Di,pat,h,r
lNmm 1111LEI Poll,. Di"at,h,r
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JC· 001-009165
REPORT: 9S003121
~TI~:
Q1 (11,21;;;) ""He WCf'king at HEritase Hi;i1 SChool 1 _ ccotected by
Brett El&n .no is a stu::lent at Heritase. He told file tl'oat he had
infcr'111iltioo reg<rding the shootii'/3 '\hat <:JCC:!.rred at ,::alU!tJil'll H;;i1 SChool
on 042199. Elsoo went on to tell lIle that he _ friends wiill Herst
Ro:ss!tJeller, <I'd ~ !lames .no ~ stlxlents at Heritage last ye;r.
Elsoo told me thet he _ wiill Ro:ss!tJeller <I'd !limes when il1ey went
to visit the two Sl.J5l'fl(:1:s in the shooting at Co1U!tJil'll Hi;i1 SC:hco1. He
told es thet he was .iill RossnlJeller <I'd !limes Gre day when Ro:ss!tJeller
5l!'P1ied them .iill inf,.".,tion reg!r"ding milit;ry strategy, close
qJ.!rtsrs =bat <I'd infcrmatioo r~ing wea;>:nl. He told lIl!i il1at he was
in a ear wiill !limes when they would d"ive to the Sl.J5l'fl(:1:s t-wse after to
scI'ool.
I asked Elsoo ~ his involve<ner1t was wiill these sbjects <I'd he
told lIle thet he did rot believe in ~ '\hair beliefs were, and il1at the
ooly reasoo he went to their h:Jus,i; was becaJse he _ friends wiill
1lIrres. \\ttile ~ing wifu Elsort I saw '\hat he _ ..... ing blsck Cllll"bat
type boots, black jel!flS <I'd actait'ted to """ing <I'd ..,...ing a fib lack
db""1:er". """" asked why he did not we<r the MtIr ~ he
Nl;>1ied,"becaJse it's not cold".
Another stlxlent .no ..as Il3lIIed as possib 1y being involved .iill illis
type of beheviar ..as Ch<rles Collier.He is e:trre<ltly a stlxlent at
• 0tage <I'd I..Il to a nmill ago d"essed in a black tr'er<:h ceat, black
, _ s ar fati!P!'S, <I'd black =bat beets, !he last tim I saw COliier
..as on 042099 <I'd at tl'oat time he was ...... ing blue j""", <nd a t-shirt. r
have ret beer <tJ 18 to ~ wifu Co11ier yet, <I'd both he <I'd El!!Ol'\ still
attend Heritage, Ro:ss!tJe 11er end IlIrres 9"'idlated last ye<r.
1\iIS !N'CR<lATm! IS FtR !NTEl.I.IEeCE Ftlll'QEE I:N..Y, 9U.UJ OOT ef
P.EI..EASED. OJ Scott oo:l!< (11,2199.

!N'CR<lATI~ REPORT BY (l'FICER K.L. WDI<LER:


(); 042199, at;wrox. 1500 hc<rs, Officer 1. ~ <I'd I I esp(Ilded
to 615 W. fr€llmt Ave. in trde" to att~t to contact .:oshJa Barnes dJe
to his I<I11e being mentioned as ~ associate to the two $l1SpeCts in the
Co lU!tJil'll Hi\tl Sd"o:>l shooting 00 042099.
l..lXt' <U' arrive1, we cane into ccntact .ifu ..l:l;tua':5 sri!i'rloclther,
Elizabeill (B<!ttyl Roy. B<!tty a:lvised thet J::JshJa was over at a friend's
neuse <I'd had beer there all day, <I'd his IIlOther, Cynillia Roy <nd
ste¢ather, Robert Roy, wen; at we<i<. B<!tty then stated tl'oat she wc<Jld
call Cynfui" <I'd Robert in trde" to have them ~ to their residence
in trde" far us to ~ wifu them. \\ttile she _ locliing far the
l'l..I1tEr, ~ did call the residence. B<!tty ~e ..;ill him 0Vfi(" the
ph:ne in OU" presa-ce <I'd asked him tc ~ to his residence in trde"
to ~ .iill Officer Co::\ler' <I'd me.
At ~ximately 1517 hc<rs, Cynthia <I'd her Iu!l:la-d, Robert,
~ to the residence. ..l:>l'hJa arriVed shcMly thereafter .iih Herst
Ro:ss!tJeller <I'd his mother, Roberta Ro:ss!tJel1er. ..l:l;tua fuen stated that
...- I'lild l:een at H::r'st' 5 neuse i!I'>d that was where m C!lIre fran. Roberta JC- 001·009166
\ a:lvised that the reason she had cane to os: location wifu H::r'st was
becaJse she felt if we rEeded to ~ with her <I'd her sen, she woold be
there fuen fon that. we then told her that we ¥II:>J ld not reed to ~
..iill her ~ An~ CD1\ty :::tJeriff's Office had already been at her
resi<:ler<;e ee-l ie- ~ "" did rot need to d..l:>lic"t. tee matter. Ilev tI-.n
left tee cesi<:ler<;e.
(tffi""" Coooer tI-.n advised _~ that he was not a ~ in the
incident at Coltiltline, i::<Jt sioce his MIle was Ill!OticnEd as iii! ilSSOCiate
to th> "Trend1 coat Mafias, H we needed to ~ llrith him. ~ ~
to s;>ea< with LIS ~ stated that he tl1cl.>;j'\t that we WCl.Jld be ~ine
si= his pict.re was in the~. He stated that he did rot attend
Co lurbine, bJt knew sane of the individla15 that ~ a150 in th> 9"(:q>
;roto that M:l ~ i,., the 0EnvEr Post. ~ stated that he knew
O'r'is Mcn'is ~ Bria'J S!rgent a'Jd also knew Nicole {U'i<n:>on last
name), Joe (~ last """,,), Krista Hanley, l<ristin (U'i<n:>on last
r.anel, Pauline (~ last nanel, Ou:k (later identified as O1irles
Co111er). He stated he knew Sri'" S!rgent from mialle sdlool when he was
living in Ui<-oo oft of ~ Ave. ~ he ~ S<1rgent attended the
same school.
JcalJil advised that he used to Ca1g <>.It with this 9"(:q> of
individ.Jals Ll'\til the end of the """""" of 1S9l'l and knew i1lE(Il sincl! .JJly
of 1997. He steted that th>y had referred to themselves as th> "T,'e"1Ch
Coat Mafia," i::<Jt he believed that it was ooly as a flleiJ1S to "se<re" th>
other stWe-1ts. He stated that they did not brag <ix>Jt beine in this
type of ~ or utilize it to their adva'ltage. ~ stated that he hed
g-aciated from Heritage Kish ~ 1 a'Jd fe lt 1ike he was left out of the
9"(:q> ~ of that.
JoshJa stated that he ...., ,jO<Xl frien:ls with Krista Hanley, bJt M:l a
k, ,ing ort with her a'Jd had not talked to her si= IJecaliler of 1996.
He stated that they M:l o::nf1ictine schedJles and that was .t.{ they M:l
not talked with one <mther ofter. He stated that he had just recently
9OU.,., Cl1 5PO'lI<ing terns .ith her. JcalJil was then asked if he M:l
talked with Krista silice th> shooting il">CidEnt, He stated that he M:l
~ that it was 00 th> overing of the shootine at ~imately 2100
rors. I then asked him how she acted. He stated that he asked her how
she _ doing, ~ she stated, "Cl<ay, fine." I asked him if she :seemed
dej::ressed or distra.<:t>t over tre shootirr,j incident or if she was cry'1'>3,
~ he stated no. He aIso stated that Krista told him that she knew .m
COOlllitted the shooti1'>3; that it was Eric Ha-ris ~ two other males that
he COJ ld not N!illI!lltJer the """"" of. She then told him that Eric M:l told
her "that he was Pl,.".,i1'>3 for tOlll::l'rOW." ~ advised that this
statanent was IlIOCie on i'I:lrdily, 041999.
~ tI-.n advised that he M:l not talked to any of the other
individ.Jals in the ~; that he just recently begen spe;j<i1'>3 .ith
Krista again.
JoSa was thEn asked if he M:l used the internet on Herst' s ~er
that is at his resi<:ler<;e. ... stated that he has rot. ... stated that
there is a ~er at 1llCrk, Softw«'e, Etc., in S<:uth3lem Mall, bert th>y
are rot allOOled to tC>JCh it. He advised that he has beeI"> WCl"ki1'>3 there
for six to sev.,., mootns.
~ was asked .no in P""'t1OJ1<.. is imo lved in th> ~ that have
referred to themselves es the "Trend1 Coat Matia." He stated that it was
" "'l! Briao, Oris, Ou:k a'Jd Corey." I asked him if he was also JC· 001-009167
Jlved in their~. He stated, "l did1't like to associate 1II'/Sll1f
.ith i1lE(Il." I then asked them ....t type of ~l they..re. He stated
that.be """'" a black, long dEter a'Jd O'r'is ....,ld sonetimes wear black
&lJ (military-tvi>' psrts l and <:alWfl<l3'l awa-e 1. ... stated that th:lse
were tre Ct11y 00 indiviriJal. that he sa. chs3ing in that ~itv. It
mld be; roted fu3t Clris is (ly is Mcx'f'i", du:k is Cl<rles C,()llier' and
Ccl'ey is pcss'ib ly Conay 2chaeffer",
"1""'"
,1OSr<Ja odvi3ed fu3t he I<r:; '~ sire<! middle school ar;j h<rt;lS
cot .ith him"" a r!!9Ul;r basis. He _ then asked ..no he hangs <ro<.rod
~ sitee he does rot associate with el'V of the 01tler ir>:lividJa Is he
had previous Iv meoticmd. He advised fu3t the ~ he hangs <n:U1d with
consists of ~ ~Tler-, ,.b$h Coffman, Matt 8a'den, nl Den
Clem.
,.b$h _ asked if he krlew Jim~. He stated that he had only
herd of him tlY'ovt> wcrd of mowth ohen ~ sot into 1roJlle for
P'J11ing a krrife cn a girl in the SO<.rthglem Shcpping Mall.
,.b$h _ asked if he had eve: been involved in moi<ing <1:1y bolrbs; he
stated fu3t he _ not. He '"'" then asked if l<rists or <1:1yone else Ill2lde
_tion of the sane, a-d he stated fu3t he neVEr herd <nything menticr1ed
~ing glr\S or bolrbs aoongst t!rIy of the other irdividJals.
J:lst'I.la, as ..,11 as his ~ts. then gaw!: Offiar ~ nl Ire
l'Ef'Illi!SiOl'\ to se<Td'> his roan a-d the room artactEd to his ~ "'ich
~ both located dcJI.nstairs in the basement. Josh did point art a1 ;raa
"'ich he used to tlJild """,,1 airp la"JeS a-d simila- """,,15. Then; were no
other items fcmi fu3t could be, ',;eei.ted with the mx.ting. I>bthing
else was fClrd in the residerce fu3t .." ca.se for <1:1y a1<n\, or gave
rise to any "'-I!Picia'lS of illegal activity.
Before Offiar Cooper a-d I left the residerce, we ,,:xlke "ith
" 'Ja's p;:nnts, Cynthia a-d Rebert, "itrout J:lst'I.la being present. 1.\XJn
" -o<ing "ith them, they lx>th advised fu3t they have been corarned "ith
..bs!'<Ia rot coming heme ",til the early morring 00<rs of the day a-d
sanetimes they wcold not see him at hoole for five to six days. They roth
stated fu3t they did rot believe that he was doing any type of
narootics. Robert advised fu3t they had told ..bs!'<Ia if he had not
straightened L!> his act, they were going to Mve him IlIOVe cot in f<JSUst
of this ye;ir.
Rebert did add fu3t ,.b$h a1;0 treq..e,ted his frier>:l's house, Josh.>a
Cof'fn1.!n, acr<l5S the street from his residarce at E66 W. F~t Ave.
Officer Cooper asked lx>th ~ts \\hat ..bs!'<Ia's demear<:I' was on most
=asicns. Rc.bert advised fu3t ,1OSr<Ja is ve:y good-11at1.re:J nl does not
"""'" to get w.;et _iiy. Rebert then added thet they had been plaa3ed
with the fact fu3t ..bs!'<Ia had kept a job for the past six to ....., m1ths
<lJe to the fact that he had been loiCNing at it>ne Oel:<rt l'rior to his
a.rrent job a-d had rot lasted lcog.
It 5h:Juld be rcted fu3t we also se,mhed the ga"~ "ith the
l'Ef'Illission of Cynthia ar;j Rc.bert; """ting with ""9'ltive
resrlts.
Nothing fl.rther reg<rding ,1::JSNJa e.rres.
Officer Coc:per a-d I then ~ to Deni.1 Kribs residerce
loc;;ted at 2869 W. Qavies Ave. we respcn::!ed to fu3t lo::atioo <i.e to the
fact fu3t Da1ie1 had been involved in a Sro::rd Deg-ee .orson ar;j a
~ion of '" Iroerdiary Device 00 a;Q488.After Officer Coc:per nl I
~"<e wi1l1 Deniel in the presence of his p;rents, Reba nl Qavid Kribs, JC- 001-009168
.as believed tMt he was not involved 00- did he have a1Y additional
information regarding the case. Deniel derie<:l <1:1y krnwledge of <1:1y of
the pers<;ns ~ by Barnes or a1y of the irdividJals I'\!lllI!d in the media
as beIng involved at the incident at Co lU1tline Hi", &:h:xl1. lie aIso
"",",'ched his r'OC!l1 with his permissk" as ""11 as his pil''ffits; leadi"3 to
negative results.
Nothing iI.rther re.ardi"3 l<rib3.
1<.1.. Wirk ler, geJl. 042199.

Q'l 04:1199 at ~imately le3J hars. I met with Da1elle stitt at


her fatt'llr's residEn::e. Richard stitt. at 3SOO S. l'ea'l st. /lal4. IJlO
had t-1 notified by a _11 Micl:ll. S<:mol COl.I'ISelcr. \>hl advised that
stitt was diSClJ55ing the CollJltline Hi":;' S<:mol incident at the sdml
,!Stating that ghe krew the parties involved.
Q'l 51:lead"3 with Stitt she advised me that she diliiCllSsed the ircident
at sdml on this date, but that it was d.ri"3 her "". class. Stitt
advised that she had a trier<! at CollJltline Hi":;' S<:mol ~ that in
cl:nl!ry of 1999 she met two of the alleged Trench Coat Mafia IlIeIll:>ers in
the m ing <rea behird Co llJltline Kio;i1 S<:mo1.
lU'ind the CCfiY~tk" Stitt stated that her ex-!>Jylriend. ecry
~tfer, had sra.n her a copy of the <Y\I'f'd>ist c;ocj( I:x:d< that h!: ~.
Stitt advised that she did make refE('eoo; to tre avail<bl1ty ell tre
internet of r.:.. to m<Ire boobs. stitt advised that she has no "",,,,,,,,1
krowl~ or inf<nnation on <rN of tile SlJ:>jects knooI1 as tre Trench Coat
Mafia.

10 fu1:J-e" infcrmatiOl'\
M.P.El'MI!N 920 1

SIJlflI.E1oENTAl.. Rfl'()\T 6Y CFFICER COYER:


After spe<i<ing with 8arnes, Officer Wi"'l... <rid I I ""PC'rled to Powell
Middle S<:mo1. Onci". Iled<nm had advised us tha'l a CW'lSelor there had
contacted him r..-"arding a stu:lent that was h;a"d Bing stateeents in
class ~ing krowloo;'e of tha irddent at QllUlbir.e Hio;i1 S<:mol.
After <rrVing at tre school, we """" U'lotl ie to contact the C<JlI"I5&lor.
Hal!ever, we did crntact tre Assistant Prircipa1, Linda Arro 1d. :he
stated they had a st1.x:lrot by the name of IJone11. Stitt. lU'i"3 one of
her classes today, she reportedly made stat<ments that she had krowl~
of tre !!hooting irdd!J)t f'('ior to it ~ing. I asked if they felt
IJone 11. was bein3 honeet or just 'trying '10 get attentictl. Arro ld stated
that she to lt tre Danelle OOJld have SOOle information, besed en the fact
that she seemed to be involved in a Cf'OO'd that by ~a"a!S fit tre
j:f'Ofi1e of tre "TI"l!l1d'I Coat Mafia". Sh!: stated that she had seen 01 del",
hi~ scl=l age kids dressed in C«IIOflage t'/Pe wtfits lXl\1e onto Powell
S<:mol ~ <rid pick-w Danelle. Dooelle's PE'f'SC"l31 illfcnnatioo _
<lbtained a1d 9i_ to Officer Eyman to follC1o< I.lO on. see Eyman's
"'-W lemonta 1 report above.
Officer wi",ler ard I ther ~ to 666 W. F,.....,.,t Cr. in ""
etf<rt to =t~t Josh Coffma1, as his nane was j:rOVided to us by Josh
6arnes' pa-ents. Josh was not home, but we contac'ied his IlIOther, Debra
Coffman. Sh!: stated she _ not awcre of Josh bein3 involved in i!rt( JC- 001·009169
aa' activity. Sh!: stated she did not thili< Josh had <rN interest in
_ir.g bcobs Q"~. Sh!: felt she monitored him closely om was
aw<re of his eire1. of friends ard his activities. :he stated that he
:;DEllt I11O'St of his time at 00re, wher he was not at sdml. Sh!: stated
that Josh "3$ into role-playir.g ~ a1d a:JllI'Uter~. :he stated she
,ocnita-ed thl galleS, end scmeU,,,,, played thl 9'i'Jl'i$ hir3elf. She did rot
thirl< .:om or ~y of his fr';enl1o ''"'re involved in ill.,.-...l ocitivity, "'.
ha:i <J:I'I invol'o'€l1'Ent in, or I""""l,,<l;je of, thl incident at Coll1lt)ir.,. Hi,,*,
School. ;\0. Coffman gave us vo"bal permissioo to 3ea"Oh Josh's roon.
OffiCS' Wirl<1er end r did so. ~ room """ located in the basoment of
the rase, "3ea"Oh of the room did rot """",1 a'IYlhing thirt: 1«X.lld
irdicate Josh was involved in megal activity, Ncrthing was fCU"ld that
was caJSe for concern, or firi:hef' follClW"1.!'.
OffiCS' Wirl<ler end I attE;11Jted to contact enrtt Elsen at 2$ W.
Peokview. ~ was nd:ody home at that ~.
Officer Eyman end I then re;;x:n::led to 240ll W. Eoo1'id Ave., in an
aHeM to eeotect Cory SChaeffer. We were ...-.b1. to cootoct <nybody at
that "",idonee.
We then went to 1511 E. Mineral PI, in an effeM to covtect Cia'liel
':lem. He was not t-ome, b<Jt we did contact his wents, patrick end
I\!rilyn clem. ~ gave verbal consent to 3ea"Oh Cia'li.ls room, ,,;d
OffiCE(' Eymr,n did so, in the pi'esence of It'. Cl.... Nothirt;l of interest
>IilSfCU"ld in thl residence. r edvised the Clem's as to ,;.;., we were
there, end edvised then their sa, was not a ~t in the stmtino,.,s, brt
that his rane care I.l' <irir>3 the investigation. It'. Clem stated he was
falli1i..- with l'a'st Rosm.Je11",', ,.:om SirrteS, end Josh Cof1'1ll1l1. He
stated they have ceee to the re>idence in thl past to play role-playir'IiJ
9'i'Jl'i$ with Cia'liel. It'. Cl... also stated that ha had ro krow1edge of
r ',1 or his frier<ls being involved with the "Tre-c;h Coat Mafia". He
;, .ed that he felt he _ certain his = was not irwolved in i!IllY kind
of wiMilitWY type activity, end had n!veI' ~ an intErest in
,;;o.ns, baltls, or weapons. He could provide no firthe:r infc:nnatiCfl 00 his
SQ1 or his frier<ls.
I then rospcnded bad< to 6G6 W. FN!IOOnt rr. to ceotect Josh..a
Coffman. ~ results are as fo11ow:;:

That he knew i<ristin ~1ballt, '~"('is I'<lrris, CiTis' girlfriend kro:>.n


Cl'lly as Nicole, end Ef'ian Sdr'·;e,t.

"[hat he did not krow the ~ts invo1ved in the ColUlbin! stmting
incident, end had rever met them.

That he had heard CiTis I'<lrris sp<;<j( of the Tre-c;h Coat Mafia <toot 3
mooths ago, end Nicole was Pl'"sent <iring that corwersaticn.

That he saw l<rista Hamley a:oot 2 weeks ago.

That he had been frier<ls with Ef'ilJ1 5a'gent, b<Jt had stewed talkirt;l "ith
him a:oot 4 mooths ago, <rCU"\d ths same time Josh e<rnes was involved in
a di'ilUte with &r-aent ov.... a ~.... disc.
JC-001-009110
That he had rot heard ",ythi"3 ~ng the incident at ColUlbine Hi\t1
Xhcol pritv' to he.ring <toot it en ths news.

he W\!lidered Josh e<rnes his c1osest: friend, end has kro:>.n him
5;"<;" e<rnes roved into the neig-ba tvJod a:oot 6 yea"S ago,
That he had ~ D<it1iel Clem 'sirce last S\JlIiIef', end ca1Sidered him to be
a close frier<!.
Tim he diu rot thir+. Banes 01 ·:1 ... had i3try !<r<lI<loo;;e of ti-.. ;"cident at
Co1ulbine prior to it h~in~.

n",t if ll<tTrEs had prier krowled\le of the. ircident, he .... su-e ll<tTrEs
woold have told him .;l;a.rt it.

TIm r<nl of the. P<JCIPle in his cir-le of friends, (Rossm..eller, Clem,


ll<tTrEs) had i3try irwol~t in the. incident at CGluti:>ine.

That he did not have access to the internet, as he deleted the. prog'alI
fr;:Im his ~er after his roomer li:u1d out he lIaS in a chat roan.

That he was not involved in meld.... bootls, or omer~, and _ not


in the. ~i", of i3try bootls or ~.

After ~i.... with Josn COffma1, I retcrned to 1511 E. Miner. 1 Pl.


and ceotectec Oi!l1iel Clem. The results of the. ints'view are as follows:

That he dated Kristen nne lbaIJlt in the. past ard provided. phcm r'Uliler
for n..- of 973-4124.

That he met chris Morris <:rce in the prese!'lCll of other friends, bet did
not talk to hi••

n 'Ie has SE6J Nicole, Oris Morris' girlfriard, on se-veral cccasicro.


He did rot krow Nicole's last 1\a116.

TIm he did not krow Brien S<rgent.

That he did not krow Ci:lnelle stitt.


That he did not krow Ccr"y 5::haeff.,..

That he had ~ itlr'st ROSSillJell'" for.;l;a.rt 2:--3 '!"iN, aft.,. meeti....


him at Ar~ Hi;,t1 &::h:x>l. They were both stWEnts there at that time.

That he has reqJlar cortect with Josnll<tTrEs and J:Jsh CG~. He played
cole--playi.... ganes with them.

That he has heard J:Jsh talk ctJout 'P'S, but thet it was in the ccotext of
the.ir roIe-playi rq .~.

That 1 or 2 n>onthe. &:p, itlr'st ROSSlUilller disappeared for 2 d/ly5, and


ncbxly knew lli'a"e he lIaS.

That he ""'" acq.Jainted with ,laneS Bowers, but that Ilowen ""ved to JC, 001·009171
Mil1"reSCta allll:lSt a year <ro<>.

1l?+ he did rot know the SJ:5PeCts in the. Co luti:>i,.." shooti...., and had
n met them. In fact, had never heard of them ",til the. news
re3'!"di.... the. incident.

That M knew rothi.... of the Tr'€if>'"-h Coat Iob-fi••


l1"t he did rot "!hi", thot E<rnes. Coffna1. Of' ROSSIf<Jell€r, had "'Y
invo1VE11ler\t in, CO" F<'i<r 1<1'la<l1e<1"" of, tho Coll1ltine incident.

Note:
AftE<" an:lJcti1>3 "!he itlove interviews, I was a l ittletoo Hi:lepital 00 a
detail. itlile there, "!he television was on "!he ~ roan. It _ t.r.ed
to ''Inside Editi;:rl' ~ ~1!Ill. fklrs1: ~l1er was """"",i1>3 en "!he
prog-.... talki1>3 a!xIJt the incident, <nd the treo ch::oat mafia.

No"!hi!'3 f\r1tler to repa"'1:,

End of Sll'P 11!!!lental report. n. COJ'El'< 9701 Ql;2199.

~PL REf'lllT BY CFFICER E!lSO'l:


~ 04Z29Il at a!xIJt 1200 ""'-"'s, I recieved a call fn:m Ofe. Allen with
E!>3le.ood Police .tJowt information on a g-affitli ''EP'rt he WilS tilkil>3 at
5000 S. Federal. ore. Al1en told me 1:hat he r""ieYed a call fr",
the ~ at Kil'lg S<xJpers .ro _ reporti1>3 9"affitti in the batrroom.
In "!he "",,'s ,<!So can in en> of "!he stalls there "'" g"affitli lli1ich
s· ''d "I ~ "!hat Hilt! Sd'loo 1, <nd GocIderd is Next". At "!his time
tl are "" 5U5ll'OCl:s or leads. Ofc. Allen ted< <rl info f'eIl(:JM .i"!h
pictlres on s:o CRII 99-5647. I advised Ofc. Ranero of "!he !""ident .ro
made "!he staff at Goddard aware. Nothil'lg f\r1tIer at this tima.
00 CF lH'O REf'lllT av MAAl< EIlSll'I
04Z29Il SS04

"~PL REf'lllT BV CFFICER ClXlF€R:


~ 04Z29Il, at <l:<:<Jt 1630 h::<.r3, I received a tel~ voice mail
fn:m Lori Kimey, tho assistdf1t ",·i""i"..l at Powell Middle ~<hx>l. S'e
stated "!hat she had <rlO1tIer Cllil1'laint ~!l'Ig Ilooelle Stftt, fn:m a
"~paent." Kimey advised 1:hat she was told thot Ilooelle was
he<rd spea';1>3 .tJowt the fact thot she knew "!he ~ts in "!he Coll1lti,...,
ir'Cident, .rd "!hat she was Pltmi1>3 to do the salle at I'cYIle11. I
attarpted to contact Kimey by ~ <nd was ~ful.

C<n:i Soaffer, "!he =


I then respcn:ied to 2400 iI. Euclid Ave. in a'\ attarpt to cortect
identified as Ilooelle stttt's boyfnierd. I did
CQ'ltact him, ~, he ider!tified himself as C<n:i LlIlla'\. His !lI:l1tler's
!Wried r'."lIre is Lirda Soaffer. Linda's hJsl:l<rd is not Ca'ey's father.
·:tx'ey made the fa llowil'lg statemel'1ts in ~ to my <IJe>-ticns:
JC.001-00 9172
That he ""ved into Littleton <l:<:<Jt 2 tr<lI'\ths ::r;p fn:m the i'brri= arM.

That he did net associate with a\Ybody fn:m Col\llbire Hi~ :d-oo1.

T. he did not I<rloiI the ~ in the Colurbine sl'o:ltin~ incident.

That he had no 1<1'la<l1ed;je of, ard ''leve'' he<rd of, the "TNn:h Coat I'.;fia"
tI1til heari",; "!he term on the ratE.
That he had ro prior kro.oled:;e, CS' krew of ;;n\'lXXlY with ori"... !u""led3e,
of the Colurbine incident.

That he u:;..ed to datel:l::rell~ Stitt, brt had rot seen or "l'Oken to her in
<boot • JOC>'"lth.

"!hat oanel1e stttt had N!'\Ier spd<en to him <boot ite "Tf'Ill"ICt\ Coat Mafi."
or i!fl'/ of the people involved in the incident as; reported by the """"'.

That he used to have a et:fi'{ of the "lnrchist' S Cookb.xikll dcw1loaded onto


his ~er from the internet, M no l<>:lgl!r had it. In fa::l: the family
had getten rid of the ~er.

That he did not kro.o, ncr had he <t<er heard of, J:lsh &rnes, emie I
l<ribs, J:lsh Cofflll;;n, O<r1iel Clem, l<risten Thelbault, ITian S<rgent, Chris
,;n-is, Matt Borden, J<Ioos ao.ers, or Krista ~l.y.

Prior to coot:,di~ Lu""" I spd<. with Officer I<l~. he gave


me the r;;me of .Joe Valent",,, a3 2 pet"SCll .ro had inforlll!ltion thet was
related to the 0:llurbine :hootir19. Aft..- spe;i<i,.,. with L~, I
cmtected Valentine at his busine"". 1I<l1entine <l\lf'S The i:al]:ut. .. House,
at 622S S. 3alta Fe Ir. he pr'ovided the followi~ informatia1:

Th;;t the fath<r of Dyl"" Klebold, one of ite su:s;>ects in the ColUli:rine
s: ;ng,""" a ~lar customer' at the ~1:er Hwse.
That in M<rch of lsse, Klebold's father asked valentine if he ..,; hiri~
errplovees;;nd asked if he would be interestEd in hiri~ his son, Dylan.
Valentine advise<! him to have Dyl"1 cortect him ref~ the job.

That in M<rch of 1998, Dylan jOebald called Volentine on the pOOne


r~'di~ the jcb ;;nd faxed him a resull<. Valentire providEd me with the
informotion f""ed to roe by I<lebold. It """ S\bseqJently 'liven to
~ eed<im of Lro.

"!hat he, in fact, hired Klebold, but Klebeld never sI-.-J \.P flX'lI':lrl<, as
he had getter ....,ther jcb at a different caJl'i,Iter store (C<xil>Jt....
Rennaisanct; ne.ar ~ pldZa).

That Klebeld was ~tly fired from that job, ;;nd called Valentine
to see If the jcb at The C<Jlqluter _ was still CI>ll'I.

That ValentiI'>! advise<! Kiebold that he had filled the positlcn ;;nd ... ro
l~ interested in havi~ Klebe ld l«rl< for him.

ihere was a ~ nt.I1b;r en the top of the foxEd dcx:ulmt, v.I1ioh is


presun</Jly the rtIlilEr that the doo..mes1t _ faxed from. That rutber is JC- 001-009113
S • & Also h.ni-o.ritten on the front ~ of the faxed resune
...,; the rtIlilEr 716 S5.\l1. Valentine stated he wrote thet rtIlilEr co the
F hi_lf, but did rot knc>o '"' the rtIlilEr bel~ to or .nat it was
ifl • ~feref'Ce to.
Bath rJ.JT!Jers were checkEd t1T'oo:;j'l Cole's directory. The first
rurbe.-. 2I, listed back to the Klebold a:lcress at ...
The other nt.I1b;r listed to a Nick ::-or""", at 14004 W. I>iII"<rst Ave. in
lj.;EWOOd. I ·,alled Valentine OIl:! "sked hi" if wt "''''' cr' ad:le"" mea·,t
<nythil19 to him. H€ st.t.,,] it did rot, but would rfS<;:i',;h it <>10 provide
the u:tJ with <KlY -jnft:TmatlQ1l that he mi'31l.,lt come lo/ with.
After speaki"a with Valentine, I thel' ,-,;tlrl'1l!id to .1:J:m &mes'
residen::e aYl sp:j<•• ith him ~in. I recootacted him in order to
r'eCOOfirm SQ'Ill; staterneots he ~ the previws day. Brett Elson had
cmtacted Officer SCott, <nd <!Idvi!led him that he 1"!f'SOI\ll11y had
~ied 8<rnes if'Id R055l\U!ll<;r to the co1Ulilirl! sl'xloting Sll3I'eCt's
N!5iden::e roore than on:::e, last yOir. I as<ed 8<rnes aIxiIJt this again.
He stated thet he haJl'IeVt!<" met the Sll3I'eCts of the COl\JJbine si'<loting,
He stated thet he rnJ several other frien:ls had tried to Tird the
irdivid.als haJse that lived in Deer creel< Cilnycn (~lebold) at coe time,
brt they WEnl Ul<ble to find it. He reiterated the fa::t thet he had no
knc>;ledge of the C01Uliline ir,,;dent, other than !<hat he had hea-d on the
rews, if'Id had never met the su:;;pects. He also stated thet Cl'ris llTris
"'lS a 5'tt.dent at Co le11tJine High :;<:h:lo1, if'Id was abc<1t B<mei;' aga or
slightlY'f0.S"3er. (emet-. lleckIra"l had bee<1 <!Idvised of a '::ITis M<lrr'is that
__ a 6th .;rade stu:lent at P.,..;ll Middl. 2chco1. It ap;;>eiiCS that the
dY'is M<lrr'is tJ",t hiE I::ee<1 I\!iIlOd as an associ at. of the stbjects of this
~t is not tha sa," dris l'i:l<T'is that ·:Joc:l'. ~ Iv.;d received
information cn.)

End of Sl..PPleroental report. 1'L COOI"a\ 9701 0l0Zl00 •

...EI£NT BY 1lm'CTI\IE STEVE ~:

on ~il 21, 1999, I was assi9'1'!d to e<:r<iJct fol10lM;l iOVl!Stigation fer


tf1is case as it relates to the April 20, 1999 si'<lotif'lij at C01Ultline High
Sch:xJ1. I have reviewed the intia' ~t <nd the Sl..PPl.......ts ,..itten
for this f'!!llOI"t. A copy of this r'''f.'<X't .m be made ""anab1e to the
""'ffer-"'" Cw1ty :'hEriff's Department for their review.

I<> other actiro by myself at this ti"".

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I Oll-ER CMl. COO'ACTS

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AOORESS: 22SS ea;RV AVE 'II em: LIT11.E1W STATE: CO ZlJ' : 00155 NAIE ~: 2510

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A. .ss. 615 FRSQjT III II em, LI!1l.ET()l STATE: co ZlJ" 00120 NNE: It: 26164

IW£:STITT, RIO-i'ro J:lf,l em: 1S/00{60 PtOIE: 303-794-4IffI4 aMACT TYPE: 19 PAfIfNf/QlNiDIJ>N
..a:lIESS: 6'3S6 Vf4..l.EVVlEW S em: LI!1l.ET()l STATE: co ZlJ': 00120 IW£ »: ))433

NAIE:ROY, RreERT WALTER em: 7/Z>/53 1'\iN[:303-347-9759 COO'ACT TYPE'19 PARENT/GJI>roIJ>N


..a:lIESS: 615~I:I'l'll OIlY: LI!1l.ET()l STATE: 'co ZlP: 00120 IW£ ~, 31602

NAIE:v~, ,..osEFH I<EVEN lXll' 8{31{49 Pl-IN:: 303-S73-a23ll CCt'<TACT T'IPE: A INVESTIGATIVE I.EPO
Al)J;fSS: 1747 'II IlROO< III em: LI!1l.ET()l STATE' co ZlJ' : 00123 IW£ ": 4591"

NAIE :EIlSCN, MoIl'l< lXll: 1{01{01 1'\iN[: :;00-794-1551 CCt'<TACT T'IPE:28 PCUCE CFFIa:R
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NAIE:~, iE'lRA ce em: 8/f15{54 PtOf.: 303-798-2047 aMACT TYPE: 19 PARENT /Gl,IAI;l)rAN
~: <65~ Ill'll. em: LI11t£T()l STATE' co ZlP' 00120 IW£ ", 57533

NAl'£:Am:XJ), lJJ'O\ KAY lXll: 2/13{54 PtOIE: COO'ACT T'lPEM INVE5TIGATlVE I.EPO
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Al)J;fSS: z:ss 'II ea;RY AVE CIn': LIl11.ETCN STATE' co ZlP: 00105 NAl'£ ": 81942

NAl'£:I'JUBS. OAV-iD I>l.Sl»l lXll' 9/ZJ/21 PH:I£' 794-2079 ceNTACT T'IPE: 19 PARENT/Gl,IAI;l)IJ>N
~ss: 2lIOO DAVIES AVE 'II OIlY: LIl11.ETCN STATE: co ZlP: 00120 IW£ »: 100352

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em: 1/01/01 r:+oc: 303-790-1551


STATE: ':0 ZIP:
cooACT lWE: za FQ.ICE I:FFICER
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AWlESS: 2255 eEFlRY AV 'II CITY: LITTLETI)I STATE: CD ZIP: 60120 two£. ": 146613

NNoE:a.EM, f:W.II8.. MOO rol: 6/00/77 r:+oc: 197-/426 COOACT lWE:5 staECT
AWlESS: 15\ I MIJIERAl. PI. E CITY: LiN STATE: co ZIP: 00122 two£. ": 141923

rol: 9/25/f12. r:+oc: 303-798-2047 COOACT TYF'E:$ staECT


CITY:~ STATE: co ZIP: 00120 two£. ": 157925

NNoE:IlDI4El, KRISTA L'/If; rol: 1/01/01 r:+oc: 303-794-1551 COOACT TYF'E:2a ;>J.ICE I:FFICER
AWlESS: 2255 Ill:RRY AV 'II CITY: LITTLETI)I STATE: co ZIP: 00120 two£. ": 163298

NNoE :I<RIES, Ril!A LEE em: 12/13/46 r:+oc: 794-2078 COOACT lWE: 19 PIilENT/OOAADW<
AWlESS: 2869 DAVIES AV 'II ':ITY: LITTLETQ\! STATE: co ZIP: 60120 NAI'f ij: 168937

NAI'f: I<RIES , f:W.II8.. AI.fXIV'lE< ocs: ,,!,2:i!/63 r:+oc: 303-794-2078 CQIITACT TYF1::: 19 PIilENT!@JMllW<
AOCIIES3: 2869 CAVIES AV 'II CITY: L!i'TLl:;""T1)I STATE: 00 ZIP: 00123 NN£ ": 16l3re7

!'WoE :H'AAI5, ERIC em: 1/01/01 r:+oc: CQIITACr TYF'E:A IlWESTIGAffi'E lEAD
AWlESS: CITY: STATE: ZIP: !'WE ~: 181511

rol: 1l/f12.~ r:+oc: COOACT TYF'E:A lNI6TIGATrIE lEAD


CITY: LITn.fT1)I STATE: co ZIP: 60122 two£. ": 184436

!'WoE:ROS!'M.E.LEll. HllST rol: 9/06/00 r:+oc: 303-7S8-8374 CQII1ACT TYF1::: 14 OTI£R


AWlESS: 100 HI~ CIR E il3CI CITY: LITTLETI)I STATE: co ZIP: 00122 two£. ij: 192746

NAI'f:El.2tN. BRETT (l<IEj; em: 1/06/f!2 r:+oc: 303-198-1350 CQIITACT TYF1::: 14 OTIER
AOCIIESS: 2S5 PEAKVIE4 AVE W CITY: LITTLETQ\! STATE: co ZIP: 60120 !'WE ~: 192747

!'WoE:o:l..l.Iffi, ClW<LES em: 8/03/f12. r:+oc: 303-734-1230 COOACT TYF1::: 14 OTI£R


AOCIIESS: 7152!11ASlID1OTQ\! ST S cm~ L1TTLET~ STATE: co ZIP: 60\22 i'W'E ": 192748

em: 6/CfI /25 r:+oc: 303-341-9:169 COOACT TYF1::: 5 5lMCT


CITY: LJ."11LET(l'ol STATE: m ZIP: 00120 NA.'iE ~: 192754

!'WoE:ROSSH.EllER, RalERTA A rol: 11/14/52 r:+oc: 303-coo-ro:o COOACT TYF1:::19 PAAENT!OOAADW<


AOCIIESS: 1!lC HI~ CIR E ~301 CITY: LITn.fT1)I STATE: co ZIP: 00122 !'WE ": 192151

!'WE:STITT. 0CN31.E GIUSTIN, em: 5/'i5/f!5 ~: 303-789-4598 COOACT TYF1:::5 SlAECT


AOCIIESS: 3WJ FEAA!. ST S ll&l4 CITY:~ STATE: co ZIP: 60110 !'WoE ": \92758

NNoE:ea.ERS, JI!l£S WIL.LIJIol rol: 5/28/60 r:+oc: CQIITACT lWE:S 5lMCT


AOCIIESS: 3S93 LAl<E ~ E CITY: LITTLETCN STATE: co ZIP: 90121 NNE a:
192759

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A ,SS: CITY: STATE: ZIP: NNE It: 192160

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1>tXff$: CITY: STATE: ZIP: N/JIoE D: 192162

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~: 2tal ElQ!D NIt. W CITV: LTN STATE: co ZIP: 801:20 NAIE D: 192764

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~ss: CITY: STATE: ZIP: ~ D: 192765

NAIE:a.fM, PATRIO< 00'l: 6/14/62 ~: m-797-7426 calTACT TYPE: 19 P/lRENT/GlAROIAN


~: 1511 M:I:l\eRAI. PL E CITY: UN STATE: co Z!P~ 00122 NAIE U: 192766

1'W£:a.fM, /oWllLIN SJ': 00'l: 1/01/01 ~: 3:1:0-797-7426 a:mACT TYPE: 19 P/lRENT 1·3jIl'llIAN
i'llREss: 1511 M:I:l\eRAI. PL E CITY: LTN STATE: rn ZIP: E01Z! NAIE D: 192767

~:LIJ"AN, JlSCF!i rolEY 00'l: 12mIe<. ~: 720--263-1195 a:mACT 1VPE: A rtNESTIGATI'IE LfAIl
i'llREss: 2tal ElQ!D AVE W CITV: LTN STATE: co ZIP: EOI2O NAIE D: 192816

.:SHAFFER, LINlA !XlI: 1/01/01 ~: 720--263-1195 COOTAl."T TYPE: 19 P/lRENTIGlAROIAN


1>tXff$: 2tal ElQ!D AVE W CITY: LTN STATE: co ZIP: 80120 NAIE D: 192817

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~: & CITV: LTN STATE: co ZIP: 001:20 ~~h 192816

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i'llREss: 14604 ~ AVE W CITY : I.AI<E'ItO:Xl STATE: co ZIP: NAIE D: 192819

JC,001,009177
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I RossmueUert Horst 9I06I8O
<r- Elson. B",II 1106182 Gradoaled ..lIe-ritage
(l- Heritage High 190 R. Hig"hlilleelr 8301 HARRIS, ERIC
255 W. Peakview Ave
~ KLRBOLD, DYLAN

~ _ ./"1' -
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Barnes, JQsirua 2117180 .._j:: ~ '-.
Gredueted -Heritage
615 W. Premont Dr.

~ ~ Borden, Mati ? Clem. Dan 6108177 Coffman. Joshua 9125182


1511 R. Mineral Pi 666 W. Fremont Dr
Heritage High School

CoUler. Charles 810311l2


1152 S. Washington St.
llerllnge IIIgh
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Schae-tfer" COFey

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2408 W. Euclid Ave
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Morris, Chris

suu, Doneiie 5125185


3600 S. 1'<:ar1S' #604
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JC. 001-009179

NORTHGLENN I THORNTON POLICE DEPARTMENT SWAT TEAM

Jefferson County "Columbine High School" Incident Assist


April 20, 1999

SWAT PERSONNEL PRESENT

COM.y:AND ill BMENT:

TeamCommander Lt.Leroy Cross


TeamX.O Sgt John Vermilye
Crisis Negotiations Commander Lt. Lori Moriarty

ENTRYilf EMENT:

TeamLeader Sgt. Rick Holman


ElementMember Ofc, SteveChin
Element Member Det. BradBaddey
ElementMember Det. Karl Scherck
ElementMember Ofc.JimMay
ElementMember Ofe. Scott Hopkins
ElementMember Ofc, ShaneHendrixson
ElementMember Ofc. John Maldonado

CRISIS ACTION TEA.\1 ELEMENT

TeamLeader Sgt. TroySmith-_·


ElementMember Ofc. Jerry Peters
Element Member Ofe. Greg Reeves
ElementMember Det, Mart: Quintana
ElementMember Det. KurtBarnes
Element Member Ofc.Jeremysloan
ElementMember Ofe. Bernard Donin

SNIPER I OBSERVER ET JiMENT

Team Leader Ofc. Fred Kitchens JC· 001·009180


ElementMember Ofc. Ron Osgood
ElementMember Ofc, Scott Hughes
Element Member Ofc, Chris Owen
EVENT TIME LINE 04120·21199

1555Hrs Mutual aid for SWATreceived.

1645Hrs Team arrivedon scene at the incident.


Commonpost (Bowles & Pierce).

1652Hrs Received situation reportandmission brieffrom


Sgt. Bill Black,Littleton POSWAT.

2330Hrs Joint and simultaneous entry made into Columbine


High School as planned, to execute the mission.
Additional SWAT Teams in support were Adams County
Sheriff's .Offfce., Boulder S.O., BoulderP.D. and
Commerce City P.D.

0055 Hrs BuildingCleared - Mission complete.

0155 Hrs Secured from scene afterbriefing and turning OVer


information to Jefferson County Sheriffs Office.

0215Hrs Arrived at Thornton PoliceHeadquarters to secure


for the dey.

QPERATIONS MISSION

Theiillssion assigned to our SWAT team was to work jointlyand in cooperation with the
other SWAT teams on scene.When giventhe "ORDER" to enter Columbine High
School,we were to conduct a slow and very methodical search (in hopesof fmding any
possiblesurvivors), to addressany casualtyfirst aid needs necessary, to record the
locationof anyfatalities encountered, to record the location of all unexploded ordinance
(bombs) and exploded ordinancenot previously tagged and fina.lly to reportand engage
with any hostiles we mayencounter.We were advised that two suspects (shooters) might
still be in the school.

JC· 001-009181
WESTMINSTER P.D.

JC· 001·009182
WESTMINSTER

PoueE DEPARTMENT
INVCSTlGATIVE REPORT

Detective; M.P. Barr #826 case Report: 9905285


Victim Name: SEE JEFFERSON COUNTY Date This Report: 042399
$.0. REPORT #9907625
Classification: ASSISTOTHER AGENCY

Offense Statuti:Open I I Exceptionally Cleared I I


Cleared by A1rHt I I Unfounded I I
Recommend Case: Review I I CIO$l.lfe I I

lNVESTlGATOR'S SUPPLEMENTALREPORT:

0420es. Al1335 hrs., WPD Del J. Hastings, #824, advisedme that Lt. DebbieGrainger,
Arvada Police Department/Jefferson County Critical IncidentTeam, was requesting our
response as members of the team, to Columbine High School to assist with the investigation
of the apparent shootings of several students.

At 1420 hra, Det. Hastings and I arrived on-scene and 'Nent to the police staging erea at
Leawood Dr., and Pierce 5t. .

At 1535 Mrs., Lt. Grainger briefed the assembied investigators and at this time, division of
labor was identified as crime scene investigation and follow-up interviewinvestigation.

Del Hastings and I were assigned to assistwith follow-up interviews.

At 1800 hrs., Lt. Jack Chism, Wheat Ridge Police Department, briefed the assembled
interviewinvestigators, advising that a partial list of Witnesses had been assembled and to
awaitfurther instructions.

Al 2145 hrs., anotherbriefing was held and interview team members advised to secure for
the day. with clime scene investigators being advised to ratum at 0600 hrs., 042199.

At 2200 Mrs., Del. Hastings and I cleared the scene.

No further action taken, JC·001-009183

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PICKETT, JONATa~
WEST METRO DRUG TASK FORce WMTF#None
, Detective Jonathan Pickett JCSO# 99-7625
Wheat Ridge Police Department Connecting CR(s}#

SUPPU:MENTAL REPORT

Witnesses
Grande. Bryan dobl070184 (student)
7912 S. Otis ci 303-972·9612

Depew, Matthew dobl112382 (student)


6261 S. Kendall st 303-795..Q026

Gamber. Todd dobl113081 (student)


7957 S. Vance Ct. 303·973-2323

Officer Tom O'Neil (K9/Swat Officer, Denver pd.)


Denver Police Department

Narratiye:

On Tuesday, Apnl 20, 1999. at about 1230 hrs I was paged by Lt Chism of the Wheat
Ridge Police Department Lt. Chism askedfor me to respond to Columbine High School,
6201 S. Pierce5t Lt Chism informedme that therewas a hostage situation in the school
and that several SWAT teams were on scene. Lt Chism asked me to respond to assistin
an investigatory manner.

Once on the scene I was asked to assist in the initial interviews of the students tMt were
being rescued from the school. The students were being takan from the school to a triage
area near the command pest. north of the school on Pierce st. I spoke to the following
students;

Bryan Grande
Matthew Depew
Todd Gamber

Once the school was secured by Officers. I was asked to assist the Jefferson County
Critical Incident Team with the interviewing of Officers that had discharged their weapons
while on the scene at Columbine High Schoel. In this capacity I spoke with Denver
SWAT/KS OfficerTom O'Neil.

Investigators signature ~\S;'s: Page 1 of 7

JC·001-00 9186
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99-7625

AGENCY
REPORTS

DENVER
DENVER POLICE DEPT

JC- 001_()(J9111S
LIST OF WITNESSES
DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT - OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY

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SUSPECT DOD DPD Booking

Dylan Klebold
Eric Harris

Name of person who will sign complaint: N/A

Name of the victim: Columbine High School, et al

Name of W'tness, Complete Home Chronololie.al Brief Sta.tement and/or Actions of


And Business Address Including Zip tbe Witnesses
Cedes, Home and Business Phone Attach all written Witness Statements
Numbers. U an Officer. Include
serial Number, Assignment and
Phone Number.

Division Cbief G. Whitman, 81051 Responded to Columbine Higb SeI1ool.


Captain D. O'Hayre; 71030 Responded to Colu mblne High School.
C.ptain M. O'Neill, 67031 Responded tn Columbine Hlgh SchooL
Lieutenant S. Cooper, 14033 Responded to Columbine High Scheel,
Sergeant M. Anderson, 73031 Responded to Colnmbine High School.
Denver Police Department
Patrol Division - 303-630-3613
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 8.0204

Captain T. Leary, n1l3 Responded to Columbine High School.


Lieutenant O. Ycene, 70035 Responded 10 Columbine High S.bonl.
Serg.. ut J. Priest, 50018 Responded to Colum bine Higb SeI1uol.
Sergeant M. Fetrow, 73097 Responded to Columbiue HIgIl School.
Deteettve F. Harrtegton, 91030 Responded 10 Columbine Hign Seheol.
Detectlve G. Hoffman. 70110 Responded 10 Columbiue High SeI100l
Detective M. Murray, 91021 Responded to Columbiue HIgh School
Detective D, Neil, 74010 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective K. QUinones, 92043 Responded to Columbine High SeI100L
Detective R, Seheeider, 85024 Responded to Columbine High Scbool.
Deteettve S. Shott, 72049 Responded to Columbine High SchooL
Detective B. Trujillo. 90035 Responded tu Columbine High Seboel,
Detective L. Valencia, 82089 Responded to Columbine Higb Scheet,
Detective D, Vecc ht, 81011 Responded to Columbine High ScbooL
Detective D, Wallis; 19046 Respouded te Columbine Higb School.
Denver Police Department
Homletde Unil- 303';;40-3541
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80104

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lJST OF WITNESSES
DENVER POLICE DEP,<\RTMENT - OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY

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Captain E. Lujan, 73067 Responded 10 Columbine High Sehool.
Denver Police Department
Spedal Operations Division. ~ 303-3167
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver. CO 80204

Sergeant W, Chew, 18038 Responded to Columbine High School.


Detective D. Haley, 69031 Responded to Ccnnnbme High School.
Detective A. Woods, 71112 Responded to Columbine High Scbool.
Detective c.J. Tennant, 84051 ,R""pon~ed to Columbine High School.
Detective E. Hertzing.71653 Responded tn Columbine High School.
Denver Police: Department
FugltivelBomb Squa~ • 303-.649-3577
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204

Lieutenant G. Lauricella, 14011 Responded to Columbine High. School.


Sergeant M. M.Call. 75030 Responded to Columbine High School,
Detective A. Conrad, 6S029 Responded to Columbine High Scbeot,
Detective R. Kraft, 72012 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective K. Bancroft, S8034 Responded to Columbine High Scheel,
Dereeuve S. webster, 87007 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective M. Cisneros, 70166 Res pon~ed to Columbine High Scheo],
Detective M. Gareie, 83038 Respondf:d to Columbine High School.
Detecuve D. Grimes. 11028 Responded to Columbine High School.
Deteettve R. Estrada. 71079 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective J. Delmonico, 90034 Respnnded to Columbine Higb School.
Detective R. Polak, 72057 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective P. Lyda, 6904\ Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective B. Archer, 90033 Responded to Columbine Higb School.
Detective J. Sehnlttgrund. 67006 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective F. Rlnc, 74053 Responded to Columbine Higb School.
Detective S. Landin, 78004 Responded 10 Columbine High School.
Detective P. Palombi. 85013 Responded to Columbtne High School,
Detective M. Woodward, 75066 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective C. Wilson, 75038 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective C. Erickson, 69020 Responded to Columbine Htgn School,
Deteettve C. Priest. 76013 Responded to Columbine High School,
Detective R. Partenbeimer, 68023 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective D. Shultz. 85067 Responded to Columbine High School.
Denver Police Department
Crimes Against Persons Bureau" 3{)3-ti4()..3S41
133\ Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204

Captain G. Graham, 72029 Responded to Columbine High School.


Sergeant G. Reed. 68064 Responded to Cojumblne High School.
Sergeant M. Olin. 70139 Responded to Cclumbfne High School.
Sergeant R. Blair? 72039 Respond.d to Columbine High School.
Sergeant L. Smith. 71103 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective E. Bamholt, 7208\ Responded to Columbine High School.

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Detective J. Baruch, 82003 Responded to Columbine Higb School
Detective K. Broth, 67041 Responded to Columbln, High Sehool.
Detective J. Costella, 83035 Responded to Cotu mbine High School
Deteenve E. Frushour, 77030 Responded \0 Columbine High Seh"""
Detective It Gabel, 79008 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective R. Garcia, 86051 Respo.ded to Columbine High School.
Detective W. Garson. 6S006 Respeaded to COlumbine High SChool.
Detective C. Martinez, 73038 Responced to Columbine Higb S.hool.
Detective W. Saalton, 85Q25 Responded to Columbine Higb School.
Deteetlve J. Sewell, 78018 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective R. Stratton, 75053 Responded to Columbine Higb Scl\ool
Detective P. Quinlan, 73053 Respended to Columbiue High School.
Detective N, Washer, 10063 Re.ponded to Columbine Higb S.hool
Detective T. Widmayer, 75022 Responded to Colulll blne High Seheot,
Civilian Technldan S. Sassetti. C0I450 Responded to Columbine High School
Civilian Technician R. Burroughs, CO 0679 Responded to Columbine High School.
Denver Police Department
Crime Laboratory - 303-640-3627
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 802j}4

Sergeant T. Mullin, 82076 Responded to Columbine High School.


Detective M. C0551tt, 70118 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective J. Bell,91009 Responded to Columbine High Schoe].
Detective 111. Fountain. 91036 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective J. Montoya 91011 Responded to Columbine High Sehool.
Detective C. Boyles. 88005 Respcnded to Columbine High Schoo].
Detective M. Smith, 16022 Responded to Columbine High ScbooL
Detective T. Demmet, 78007 Responded to Columbi•• High Sehoot.
Detective C. Terry. 93020 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective N, Henry, 90051 Respcnded to Columbine Higb School
Detective J. Bolte, 81013 Responded to Columbine High Sehool.
Deteetive O. Brannan. 84015 Responded to Cciumbme High School.
Detective J. Snow, '73(198 Responded to Columbine High School,
Detective S. Goldberg, 86054 Responded to Columbine High Sebeet,
Denver Police Department
Vice!Narcoti<:s Bureau ~ 303-64()"S741
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver. CO 80204

Sergeant M. Scanlon, 10019 Responded to Columbine High Sehool.


Sergeant P, Selander, 73101 Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant K. Han, 78001 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective R. Oatlardc, 81006 Responded to Columbine Higb Sehccj.
Detective M. Zimmer, 71108 Responded to Columbine- High School.
Detective D. Anaya, 16001 Responded to Columbi•• High School.
Detective G. Lind. 77051 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective J, Carroll. 72010 Responded to Columbine High Scho.l.
Detective G. Regan. 71084 Responded to Columbi•• High Scheel,
Detective G. Tejken~ 84044- Responded to Columbine High Scheel.
Detective D. Jones. 91076 Responded to Columbine Hlgh Schoo-l. JC· 001·009191
Detective YI. King. 71044 Responded to Celumbiae High Sebcel,
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Detective R. Rollins, 72009 Respooded to Columbine High SeltooL
Detective J. Catalina~ 64033 Responded to Columbine High School.
Deteetive R. VigiL 74051 Responded to Columbine High SchooL
Detective D. Sconce, 84034 Responded \0 Columbine High Seboel,
Detective B. Gordon, 92066 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective G. Meyer, 73001 Responded to Columbi.e High School.
Deteettve K. Detmonteo, 59002 Responded to Columbine High S.hool.
Detective J, Nash, 78031 Responded to Columbine High School.
Denver Police Department
Property Crimes Bnreaa , 303-640..3681
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204

Lieutenant J. Haney, 19014 Responded to C"lumbine High SChoo.


Detective D, Diehl, 73041 Responded to Colum bine High School.
Detective G. Salazar, 73110 Responded to Celumbtae High SchooL
Detective D. LUCeTl'J. 70128 Respo.ded to Cclum biee High Sehool,
Deeecttve D, Ollila, 84002 Responded to Columbine Higtl School.
Detective M. MuUen, 69096 Responded to Cotumtnne High Scheel,
Denver Police Department
VellicJe Crimes Section - 303-640-3591
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204

So'll.. nl E, TuClield, 75008 Responded to Columbine High School.


Detective R. Miller, 12076 Responded to Columbine High Sehooi.
Detective J,C. Tyus, 1;5004 Responded to Columbine High S<MoL
Detective T, Brennan, 82087 Responded to Colum bine High SChool.
Detective F. Ybarra. 890Q7 Responded to Colum bme High School.
Detective M. Pettinger, 89043 Responded to Columbine High School.
Denver Po-lice- Department
Check Detail· 303-640-3363
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO B02Q4

Detective D. Rojas. 83026 Responded to Columbine High Seh••L


Detective G. Blea, 73087 Responded to Columbine High Sebcel.
Denver Police Department
Nuisan.e Abatement Untt- 303-li40·5018
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204

Captain J. Collier, 70034 Responded to Columbine High School.


Detectlve L Wattles. 70102 Responded to Columbine High Scheel,
Detective A. Alonzo,12091 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective T. Fisher, 73011 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective W. Phillips, 73085 Responded to Columbiae High Sehool,
Detecnve D, Pontarelli, 71076 Responded te Columbine High S<hool.
Denver Police Department
Intelllgenee Unlr- 303-li40-5791
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204 JC- 001·009192
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DENVER POLlCE DEPARTMENT· OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY

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Detective G. Faciane, "GO' Responded to Cnlumblae Higb School.
Detective S, Aetune, 71081 Responded tc Columbine Higb Schoo],
District Attorney'! Offi4:e
Investigaton Unit· 303·640-5176
333 West Colfax Avenue
Denver. CO 80204

Detective R. Rock, 90003 Responded to Columbine High School.


Denver Pence Department
At.ident Investigations Bureau • 303-640-571:1
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80:104

Lieutenant J. Pcezi, 731H RllSponded tc Columbme Higb Scnoct,


Sergeant .0. JonM, 81007 Respeeded to Columbine High School.
Denver Pettee Department
Internal Affai rs Bureau- 303·64lJ.3981
1331 Cberokee Street
Denver, CO 80104

Captain V. DiMann9, 72114 Responded to Columbine Higb School.


Lieutenant F. VesS8. 68048 Responded to Columbine Higb Scheel,
Lieutenant P. Phelan, 8001 t Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant R. Organ, 15033 Responded to Columbine Higb Schoof.
Sergeant A. tacovena, 68005 Responded to Columbine Higb Scbeet.
Sergeant R. Penn, 19061 Responded to Columbine Higb School.
Sergeant J.J. Gose. 18040 Responded to Columbine Higb Sebool
Sergeant D.P. O'Sbea, 86031 Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant M. Lewis, 71005 Responded to Columbine High Sebool
Technician D. Tow, 7G196 Responded to Columbine Higb Schoo].
Technician D. Brader, 12073 Responded to Columhine Higb Sehoul.
Teehntelan S. Pane.. 77011 Responded to Columbine Hlgb Sebool
Technician W. Roundtree, 80035 Responded to Columbine High School,
Technician M. Haney, 860222 Responded to Columbine High Scheel,
Technician R. Monahan. 700'25 Responded 10Columbine High School.
Technician K.. Overman, 720&4 Responded to Columbine High Scl1ool,
Te-cbnician R. Gomez. 82055 Responded 10 Columbine High School
Tecitnleian H. Bluudwurtb. 8:1032 Responded to Columbine Higb School.
Teehnietan A, Ramirez, 80006 Responded to Columbme High Seheol,
Technician J. Smttn, 86004 Responded to Colambine Higb School.
Technician F. VCS5a, 900Q2 Responded to Columbine High Scnoof.
Technieian T. O'Neill. 71059 Responded to Colum bine High School.
Technh:ian P. westerkamp, 36014 Responded to Columbine Hlgb School,
Technician T. McKjbben~ 86042- Responded to Columbine High School,
'Technietan R. Fox, 72:026 Responded to Columbine Higb Sch.oL
Technician D. Delmonico. 89029 Responded to Columbine High. School,
Teehmctaa R. Broden. 9001~ Responded to Columbine Higb Seboul.
Tecbnlcian R. Gray. g~008 Responded to Columbine High Scbool.
Technician R. Gra}" 9104{} Responded to Columbine High: School.
Technician R. Gilmour. &6069 Responded to Columbine High School
Techmeian O. Kibel, 82636 Responded to Columbine High Senoe],

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Technician K. Padgett, 86058 Respooded to Columblne High Sthool.
Tecbnioi•• T. Lahey, 89005 Responded to Columbine High School.
Technician D. Cilw()rth~ 89U44 Respended to Columblne High School,
Teebmeian. J. Sewald, 90027 Responded 10 Columbine Higb Sehoel,
Technician M. Caamo, 91041 Responded to Columbine High School.
Technician D. Church. 82045 Responded to Columbine High Sehocl,
Technician J. Meyer, 89041 Respended '0 Columbine High Sohool.
Officer S. Steinbach, 79047 Respendet to Celumbiae High School.
Denver Police Department
Metro/Swat Bureau- 303-871·8888
550 East Iliff Avenue
Denver, CO 80210

Captain G. Leuzhsuser, 69046 Responded to Columbine High Scheel,


Lieutenant T. Wheeler, 71010 Responded to Columhine High School.
Sergeant D. Marker, 84025 Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant S. Spenard, 74005 Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant J, Goodfellow, 74066 Responded to Columbine High Scheel.
Officer D, Alverson, n007 Responded to Columbine High School.
Officer J. Pteean. 72056 Responded to Columbine High Schooi.
Officer K. Galasso, 84021 Responded to Columbine High School.
omeer K. Peterson, 87020 Responded to Columbine High sehoul.
Officer B. Rhodes, 89034 Responded I. Columbine High School.
Offi«r J. Campbell, 90039 Responded to Columbine Higb School,
Orne," P. Baca, 82032 Responded to Columbine High School.
Officer A. Gutierrez, 75019 Responded to Columbine High School.
Officer G. Romero, 82067 Responded to Columbine High School.
Officer J. Castro. 89033 Responded 10 Columbine High School.
Offiter C. Steinke, 91003 Responded to Columbine High School.
Officer A. Sanchez, 92047 Responded 10 Columbme Higlt School.
Technician S. Rickard. 10039 Responded 10 Columbine High School,
'Detective D, Sanchez, 87022 Responded to Columbine High School.
Dete-ctive L Miller, 80037 Respooded to Columbine High School.
DetectiveR. Royal, 91071 Responded to Columbine Higb School.
Denver Police Department
Gang Bur-eau , 303·331-1081
2205 Colorado Boulevard
Denver, CO 811205

Sergeant L. Subia, 75060 Responded (0 Columbine High School.


Officer J. Hart, 92055 Responded to Columbine High School.
Officer J. Mohcgba.,82051 Responded to Cclumbme High School.
Officer D. Wiley, 94002 Responded I. Columbine High School.
Officer J. Avendeno, 94032 Responded to Columbine High School.
Denver Pouce Department
District On. Station - 303-964-1111
110S Decatur Sireet
Den ver, CO 80211

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DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT - OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY

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Omcer K. Pfennkuch, 95G14 Responded to Columbine High Scheel,


Denver Police Department
District Two Statton - 303-331-4070
3555 Colorado Boulevard
De nver, CO 80205

Sergeant p. rna., 67012 Responded 'n Columbine High School,


Sergeant D. Fisher, 86070 Responded to Columbine High 8<bool.
Omcer J. Brake, 90037 Respeaded to Ccjumbtne High 8<bool.
Om.er T. v oftet, 95057 '0
Responded Columbine High 8<hooL
Omcer B. GaUrgQ5, 94038 Responded to Celumblne High School.
Officer D. Creason, 92013 Responded to Columbine High Scbool.
Denver Police Department
Distric. Three Statton- 3113-698-3333
1625 South University Boulevard
Denver, CO 80110

Captain R. Sandoval, 700ti Responded to Columbine High School.


Lieutenant A. Ryan. 61013 Responded to Columbine High Scncol,
Lieutenant L. Green. 73118 Responded 10 Columbine Hlgb School.
Sergeant M. Dr_jem, 80048 Responded to Columbine Higb School.
Strgeant R. Barker, 79027 Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant W. Orton, 81043 Responded 10 Columbine High Scheel,
Sergeant G. Greer, SUllS Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant C. Jones. 70068 '0
Responded Columbine High School.
Sergeant R. Clair, 75032 Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant B. Leedertnk, 84029 Responded to Columbin. Hlgb 8<hool.
Sergeant J. Pinder, 15013 Responded 10 Columbille High 8<bool.
Detective T. Zalesky, 82014 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective T, Jude, 83033 Responded to Columbine High 8<hool.
Detective J. Arellano, 75057 Responded to Columbine High School.
Detective N. Rogers. 86037 Responded to Columbine Hlgb School.
Detective D. Wyckoff, 74042 Responded to Columbine High Scheel,
Detective A. Keiser, 13132 Responded to Columbine High School,
Detective M. Steskin, 70033 '0
Responded Columbine High School.
Detective D. Archer. 67040 '0
Responded Columbme Higb School.
Detective J. Hess. 77010 Responded CO Columbine High School.
Officer K. Laurrta, 831111 Responded to Columbine High School.
Omeer G. Kenny, 97030 Responded ta Columbine High Sehcct,
Officer M. Reichardt, 95001 Responded to Columbine High School,
Ofl1eer T, Kelley. 9S0SS Respondel1 to Columbine High Schoof.
Omcer T, Bonfante, 95034 Responded to Columbine High School,
OffiCer A. Breneman, 95031 Responded to Columbine High Sehoel,
Officer M. Martinez. 95086 Responded to Columbine Hjgb School.
Off'lcer M. O'Neill. 960:5 Responded to Columbine High Scneo].
orneed. Lietz, 19042 Responded to Columbine High School.
Ofncer B. Tran. 91013 Responded to Columbine High School.
Ofnce, L. Padilla, 94046 Respouded to Cotumbtee Hlgb S.hool.
Officer D. Barrett, 96052 Responded '0 Columbine High Schoof.
Orn.er T. Steen. 85009 Responded to Columbine High School,
Officer B. Vigil. 98052 Responded to Columbine High School. JC· 001·009195
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Off",« It Parks, 84003 Responded to Columbille High Sehool.
GfUcer J. Dlshbrcw, 98044 Responded to Columbine High SchooJ.
Om••r D. Terrez, 86023 Responded to Columbine HIgh School.
omeor W. Gilbert, 69006 R<sponded lO Columbille High Sehonl.
Officer S. Gene, 90024 Responded to Columbine High School.
Omcor T. Parrc, 82070 Raponded to Columbin. High School.
Off"tcer R.L Thomas, 19034- Raponded to Columbine High Sehool.
OmcorW. Depew, 71113 Responded to Columbtne High Sehool.
Omeer M. Gabriel, 81017 Rapooded 10 Columbine High SehooL
Officer C. Heck., 87010 Responded to Columbioe High Sebool.
Omcer B, Sides. 95020 Responded to Columbin. High Sebool.
Officer J. Martinez. 95684 Responded to Colnmbine High ~hQol
Denver Pettee Department
District FOlir Station· 303.937-4444
2100 Seurh Clay srrees
Denver. CO 80219

Sergeant W. fioffma~ 17040 Responded to Columbine Higb Sr:hool.


omc.r D. Swedlund. 78042 Responded to Columbine High School.
Omc.r It Dennison. 96007 Responded to Columbine High School.
Denver Police Department
District Six Statton- 303·113~2100
1566 Washington Street
Denver. CO 80203

C.ptain B. G.llagher, 77042 Responded to Columbine High Sehoel,


Lieutenant D. Fink. 73050 Responded to Columbin. High School.
Lieutenant. M. Gibson. 72092 Responded to Columbine High SchooL
Sergeant B. Deasy.70021 Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant It Damreh, 68052 RespOnded to Columbi.e Higb School.
Serg••nt M. Buckl.y. 69111 Responded to Columbine Righ School,
Sergeant D. Levy, 77053 Responded to Columbine High School.
Sergeaur R. Killough. 79045 Re.ponded to Columbine High School.
Sergeant D. Wilson. 10144 Respond.d to Columbln. High School.
Technician P. Powers,7004S Responded to Columbine High Schoof..
Technician D. Gunn, 72078 Respoeded to Columbin. Hlgb School.
Technician T. Newsome, 83016 Respondtd to Celumbme High Scheel,
Technician R. Montoya, 8'2004 Responded to Colnmbine High ScbooL
Technician S. P1Ilka, SIOIZ Responded to Columbine High School.
Technician L. Meiooakisl 190Z4 Responded to Columbine Higb School.
Officer M. H.,bart, 86010 Responded to Columbine High. School,
Om.er G. P.I"., 74009 Respooded to Columbine High School.
Omcer J. Stewart. 73073 Respond.d 10ColumbIne High Scheel,
Officer A. Koger. 72053 Responded to Columbine High School.
Omcer T. Nunn. 79048 Responded to Columbine High School.
Ofllcer B. Ke.tlng. 96018 Responded to Columbine: High Sehoet,
Officer D. Dolan, 73lW6 Responded to Columbi.e High School.
Officer K. Kreuzer, 86013 Responded to Columbine Righ Scbool.
Oflker G. O'Neal. 61026 Responded tc Columbine High SchooL
Om.er D. Hobart. 69091 Responded to Ccfumbiae High Scheel,
Officer S. M.cKenna, 84007 Responded to Columbine High School. JC- 001-009196
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Ollk.r S. Zipper", 13130 Respnnded 10 Columbine HIgb School.
Ofl"u:erT. Pulfnrd, 84033 Responded to Columbine Higb School
Omcer J. Brillon, 13003 Responded In Columbine High School
Ofl"u:er M. Pugb, 91004 Responded to Columbine Hlgb Scbool.
Ofl"u:er D. McNulty, 88031 Respooded 10 Columbin. High School
omcerT. FuUer, 92046 Responded to Columbine Higb Schooi.
Ofl"u:er R. Ow...s, 73103 Responded to Columbine High School.
Officer J. N uanes, 86006 Responded 10 Columbine Higb School.
Officer R. MItchell 91678 Responded re Columbln. Higb Scbool.
Officer J. Rowe, 110$0 Responded to Colnmbin. High School.
omcer M. PllJeda, 74046 Responded to Coinmblne Higb School
Ofl"u:er J. Dnj Ildko, 87028 Responded 10 Columbine Higb School
Omcer D. McCoy, 91%1 Responded 10 Columbine High School.
Omcer C. Dunahue, 89040 Responded 10 Columbine High School
-Orneer- D. Lazar], 84011 Responded 10 COlumbine Hlgb Sehool
Roserve Omcer A. Velez. 40642 Responded In Columbine Higb School
Reserve Omcer D. Rodriguez, 40640 Responded to Columbin. Higb Seho.l.
ReserveOfficer M. Cordova, 40630 Responded 10 Columbin. Higb Scb.ol
Denver rolice Department
Trafl"u: Operations. J03-640-Z881
1390 Deca tur Slreet
Denver, CO 8OZ04

JC· 001·009197
DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT
INTER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE

TO; S~t. D. Jones


FROM; Detective Jerry Arellano, #75057
DATE: 04-21-99
SUBJECT; Roster of Responding Detectives to Columbine High School
assisted with the debriefing of students, witnesses &
victims at Leawood Elementary School 6155 w. Leawood Drive
& Columbine Library 7706 W. Bowe~s Avenue.

1. Sgt. Douglas Jones, #70066, District 4 Investigations, 4X10


2. Sgt. Robert Clair, #75032, District 4 Investigations, 4X20
3. Det. A. Keiser. #73132, District 4 Investigations. 4X14
4. Det. J. Arellano, ~750S7, Disorict 4 Investigations, 4X22
S. Det. M. Staskin, #70033, District 4 InveStigations, 4X12
6. Det. N. Rogers, #86037, District 4 Investigations 4X16 I

7. Det. D. Wyckoff, #74042, DlSt::-ict 4 Investigations, 4X15


8. Det. J. Hess, ~77010f District 4 Investigations, 4X23
9. Det. T. Jude, #83033, District 4.Investigations, 4X25
10. DeC. D. Arche=, #57040/ Dist~ict 4 Investigations; 4Xl1
ll~ Pet. T. Zalesky, #82014, Dis~rict 4 Investigations. 4X24
~2. Dee, ~!. Cossitt, #70118, Z-4~, Vice/Narc
13. Det. A. Conrad, ~63029j U~llf CAP
14. Det, R. Kratt, #72012, U-~7, CA~
15. Det, R, Galardo, ~6:006. X-17, Dist. 1 Burg.
l6. Sgt. P. Selancer, #73101, X-70, Fencing Unit
~7. Dat. M, Zimmer l #71106 1 X-82, Bicycle Unit
18. Det. R, Rock, ~0003, AlB, T-62
19. Det, D. Pu~aya, 76007, Pawr.shops, X-64
20, Det. G. Lind. #77051, Praoercy Crimes l X-B3
2~. Det, J. Carol! #72010; Dis~. 5 Burg., X-28
22. Det, D. Diehl, *73041, C.V.I.U., V-44
23. Det. G. Regan I #71084, Dist.2 Burg., X-22
24. Det. G. Teiken l #94044/ D:st, 2 Burg.! X·25
25. Det. D. Jo~e$, #9107~, Disc. 2 Burg, I X-25
26. Dec. J. Bell, ;910JS, Vice/Na~c, 2-26
27. Da~. M. Fountain, F91036, Vice/Narc, 2-25
2EL Det, J. [Ioto::.coya, #92.011, Vice/Narc, Z-2';
29. Sgt. K. ~on, #78001, Dis~, 2 Burg., X-2~
30. Dat, M. ~ing, #710~~, Dis~, 6 ?rope~ty Crimes, X-63
31. D~~. K, Ban=~cft, #88034, CAP, U-37
32. ~et. S. webste=, #37007, CA?, U-36
33, Sg~. L. Subia, #75000, Dis~. l, 140
3~. Officer D, ;;iley, #%002, D~s~. 1, 140 JC.001.009198
35. Officc~ J. Avenda0o, #94032, Dist. 1, 141
36. Dec. R. Rollins, #72009, Dist II X-14

DlID (11:) 200 (5/95)


37. Det. A. Alon%o, ~72091, Intell.
38. Det. C. Boyles, #88005, Vice/Narc, Z-36
39. Lt. J. Haney, #79014, CAP
~O. Det. R. Miller, #72076, Checks, X-53
41. Det. M. Cisneros, ~70166, CAP, Z-41
~2. Sgt. E. Tuffield, #75008, Checks, X-50
43. Det. J.C. Tyus, #65004, Checks, X-51
~4. Det. T. Brennen, #82087, Checks, X-54
45. Det. J. Catalina, #64033, Dist. 6 Burg., X-51
46. Det. J. Delmonico I #90034, Auto Theft, V-23
47. Det. M. Garcia, #83038, CAP, U-83
48. Det. T. Fisher, #73011, Intell., I-12
49. Det. D. Grimes, #77028, Robbery, U-42
50. Det. R. Estrada, #71079, Robbery,
51. Det. R. Polak, #72057, CAP, U-l~
52. Det. R. Vigil, #74057, Dist. 3 Burg., X-31
53. Det. D. Sconoe, ~84034, Dist. 3 Burg., X-32
54. Det. P. Lyda, #690~1, Robbery,
55. Det. B. Archer l #90033, CAP,
56. Det. J. Schnittgrund, #$7006, CAP,
57. Det. B. Gordon, #92066, Dist. 1 Burg., X-10
58. Sgt. M. Scanlon, #70019. Dist. 1 Burg., X-14
59. Det. F. Reno, #7~053, CAP, U-16
60. Det. S. Landin, #78004, CAP, U-16
~1. Det. P. Palombi, #85013, Robbery, U-49
62. Det. M. Woodward, #75066, Robbe=y, U-47
63. Det. F. Ybarra 1 #89007, Checks, X-55
64. Det. M. Pettinger, #89043, Checks, X-56
65. Det. G. Meyer, ~73001, Dist. 6 Burg., X-64
~6. Det. K. Delmonioo, ~59022, ISv, x-es
67. Det. G. Salazar, #73110. Auto Theft, V-16
68. Det. ~L Smith, #76022/ Vice/Narc; Z-51
69. Det. T. Demmel, #7800j, Vice/Narc, Z-54
70. Dec. C. Terry, #93020, Vice/Naro, Z-83
7~. Det. N. ~enrYf #9005:, Vice/Na~c, 2-81
72. Det. J, Ba~uch, ~B2003, Crime Lab.; Z-81
73. Dec. J, Bolte, #81013, Vice/Narc, Z~81
74. Det. T. Mullin; #82076, Vice/Na~c, Z-70
75. Det. D. Lucero, #70128, C.V.I.U., V-45
76. Det. D. Ollila, #84002 , C.V.I,U., V-43
77. Det, M. Mullen, #69095, C.V,I,U., V-46
76, Dee. J. Snow, #73098, Airoort Na=c, Z-74
79. Det. D. 3rannan, #84015 , Vice/Narc, Z-73
80. Det. J. Sewell, ~7e018, Cri~e Lab., Y-93
O~. De~. J, Kash, ~78031F Dist. 6 S~rg.; X-SS
82. D~t. G. racia~e, ~77GC7, DA Of:i~~F D·31
83. 9~r S. FZ~~r.a, #~lCe7i Dh Office/ D-28
84 :)ct. C. Nils:;,::, ~750:;8, C.';'?, u~.:;s
85, De~. C, E~ickson, #69020, CA?, ~-31
S6. Sgt:.. t-L ['!e Call, #75030, CA.?; U'O<Hi
87, Det, C. Pries~1 #76013; Recrui~i~g, 0-33
se De z . \'1. Phillips, #73085, Intell., 1-17
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DENVER POLICE DEPARTMENT AFTER ACTION REPORT DATE OF REPORT 4123199
Shift qommander: Division Chief Gerald Whitman IOtstric::t/Untt Patrol Div.
Loc.tl~n of Incident: Columbine High Schoo! Date & TIme Originated 04120/99 1210 hrs
a qf Situation: Shpoting Date 8( Time Terminated 04/20/99 1..§lj hr•
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A·9 DIC G. Whitman 82051 I1r,NlI Patrol 1 Capt. M. O'Neili 67037
Patrol 2. Cape. O. O'Hayre Patrol 3 Lt. S. Cooper 74033
P.trol4 Sgt. M. Anderson 73037

Persons injured? X NO 0 YES Ilf yes, list below. ITotal Officers Required 47 Total Man-Hours 1306
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Type and Quantity of ChemieaJ Agent Used: o None


Taoets! of Radio/Telephone Transmissions Requested? r8] NO DyeS I 8Y; I
DISTRIBUTION ~ Manager Ot Safety o Oistrh:t 11 L8J Ole PauOf 0 'rrattic Investigations
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