Coeur d'Alene Police

Report for Incident 08C02131
Nature: WEAPON OFFENSE Address: 6101 N RAMSEY RD
Location: 84 COEUR D'ALENE ID 83815
Offense Codes:
Received By: M. TODD How Received: T Agency: CDA
Responding Officers:
Responsible Officers: M.TODD Disposition: CAA 01/23/08
When Reported: 15:59:5901123/08 Occurred Between: 15:59:5901/23/08 and 15:59:5901123/08
Assigned To: Detall: Date Assigned: ••/••/••
Status:
Status Date: ••/••/•• Due Date: ••/••/••
Complainant:
Last: First: Mid:
DOB: ••/••/••
Race: Sex:
Dr Lic:
Phone:
Address:
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Offense Codes
Reported:
Observed: WOFF Weapons Offense
Additional Offense: WOFF Weapons Offense
Additional Offense: BRVE Burglary, Resident, Unlawf
Ent
Additional Offense: TPBD Theft, Property, Building
Additional Offense: IMPV Impounded Vehicle
Circumstances
Responding Officers:
Unit:
D.Jones
K52
Responsible Officer: M.TODD
Agency: CDA
Last Radio Log: *"':••:•• ••1**1*.
Received By: M.TODD
How Received: T Telephone
Clearance: 1 ARREST REPORT TAKEN
When Reported: 15:59:5901123/08
Disposition: CAA Date: 01123/08
Judicial Status:
Occurred between: 15:59:5901123/08
Mise Entry:
and: 15:59:5901123108
Modus Operandi:
Description :
Method:
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LOCATION TYPE
LT22 SCliOOL
Involvements
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Date Type Description
01124/08 Law Incident THEFr PETIT 08C02000 RELATED INCIDENT
0l/23/08 Name GILMORE, DEBBm LYNN MENI10NED
01/23/08 Name GILMORE, BRIAN EDWARD OFFENDER
01/24/08 Vehicle BLK 1998 PONT GRAND AM ID IMPOUND
01123/08 Property CURRENCY RECOV KCSD 08-016830 EVIDENCE
01123108 Property Computer SANDISK CRUZER 8GB 0 EVIDENCE
01/23108 Property Notebook JOURNAL &. DOCUMENTS 0 EVIDENCE
Narrative
OFFICER: Todd K-19
FELON'r: X MISDEMEANOR X
CRIMES: Burglary 18-1401
Dangerous Weapon on School Grounds 18-3302D
.Additional KCSD Charges reference #08-01683: Burglary 16-1401
Grand Theft 18-2403
NARRATIVE:
On 01-23-08 around 0700 hours Sgt. Wood requested my assistance regarding a
possibly armed suicidal subject. She briefed me on the following.
The subj ect in question was CHS student Brian Gilmore. On 01-22-08 his mother,
Debbie Gilmore contacted police with concerns that Brian may have been involved
in a burglary at the home of a family acquaintance. KCSD handled the
burglary during report #08-01683. Rifles and anununition were taken during the
crime. Brian had not been attending school regularly. His whereabouts and his
psychological state were unknown. CDA PO also had information that Brian was
involved in a theft at Sportsman I s Warehouse.
I called Debbie and identified myself. She had no new information on his
whereabouts and told me the following.
Brian lives wi th her and her twenty-two month old son at home. Brian was
despondent due to several events in his life. He recently got in trouble for
committing a theft in Spokane. He was suspected of stealing from Sportsman's
Warehouse on 01-22-08 during which he fled the scene. Furthermore, he was
avoiding contact with his family Which was highly out of character for him.
He felt socially outcast at school and
He missed eighteen
days of school which was contrary to his normal standing as a good student. He
had recently researched firearms silencers online. He has historically honored
his commitments yet he failed to return home or call the night of 01-22-08.
Debbie learned that a neighbor to the victim whose home was burglarized saw a
black four door "Taurus" type vehicle drive to the victim's home. She
d!,scribed Brian's car which was a black four door Pontiac Grand Am similar in
body style to the neighbor's description.
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Debbie was staying with relatives. She gave me permission to search her home.
I gave the front desk Brian's information and vehicle description. They
prepared an attempt to locate broadcast regarding Brian. Officers were
deployed to Brian's work and to both high schools.
Captain Clark, Officer Harris and I went to Debbie's home. We entered through
the back door and announced ourselves. No response was received. Captain
Clark and I searched the residence. Brian was not present. I called Brian's
cell phone and left a message asking him to check in with me or his Mother.
We left the residence. I returned to the PD and prepared flyers for
distribution to patrol and surrounding agencies. No new word was coming in on
Brian. I received word that Debbie had told KCSD Deputies the night before
that she was conerned about Brian committing a school shooting. During my
conversations with her she did not mention such beliefs. I called her and
directly asked if she thought Brian was capable of committing such an act. She
replied no adding that he was a gentle young man.
Debbie had returned home. I met her there. She told me about her phone
conversation with Brian on 01-22-08 after police had called her about the
Sportsman's Warehouse theft. During the their conversation she asked him why
he was behaving this way and asked him to turn himself in. Brian surprised her
by hanging up on her. She stated he would never do something like that. She
added Brian's troubles seemed to start around Thanksgiving 2007
We looked over Brian's computer history. Debbie gave me his e-mail and
Craigdist passwords. He had a good deal sales correspondence and activi ty
both accounts?
One of the messages in his e-mail referred to a guitar he had for sale. A
potential buyer offered a $600.00 snow board in trade for the guitar indicating
the guitar was of substantial value. I asked Debbie about the guitar. she did
not know about it. I reviewed some of the items Brian had for sale on
Craigslist. They included iPods, iPod accessories and gaming equipment.
Debbie told me Brian did not have the money to obtain the items he was selling.
She gave me two homemade bags which she referred to as "magic bags." She
believed they related to some of the online searches Brian performed regarding
shoplifting. The bags were flat and lined with tinfoil and tape presumably to
defeat anti-theft sensors at store exits. She found the bag'S in Brian's room.
I called Detective Rick Yeend with the Idaho State Police and requested
a s s i s ~ a n c e with Brian's phone records. Later Detective Yeend called back
advising the last tower accessed by Brian's phone was in the Shoshone County
area earlier in the morning.
Officer Damon Jones broadcast that he had Brian detained in the north lot of
Lake City High SchooL Sgt. Wood requested I respond to the school. Debbie was
next to me and able to hear the radio updates about Brian. She was relieved he
was located. I told her to keep her cell phone on and went enroute to the
school.
Upon arrival Officer Damon Jones had Brian detained in his back seat. captain
Clark was present and briefed me. He told me a rifle was found in the front
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seat. Brian was walking toward the school with a backpack when he was
detained. Brian had asked officers something to the effect of why didn't you
guys just let me do what I was going to do.
KCSD Detectives steve Stuart and Todd Jackson were also on scene. Captain
Clark tasked me to work with them regarding their burglary and the Coeurd'Alene
charges involving Brian.
Officer Jones transported Brian to the PD. Detectives Stuart and Jackson spoke
wi th Brian in interview room one. Room one's recording equipment was not
functioning. Room two was occupied. Shortly later room two became available
and I moved the interview to room two. I joined the interview which was
recorded from this point. I saw a Miranda form signed by Brian amongst
Detective Stuart's paperwork.
Detective Stuart and I led the questioning. Brian told us the following.
He admitted committing the county burglary and referred to the horne owner as
Jeffrey who was a friend of the family. He took four rifles, amrnuni tion,
clothing, medication and some cash. He took the rifles for their value because
he planned on possibly heading to California.
One of the rifles was a shotgun. He loaded it with three shells and pumped one
shell into the firing chamber and put the safety on. He planned on using the
shotgun to commit suicide but later decided against it due to the gruesome
scene it would cause. He decided to kill himself by overdosing instead. He
took some clothes including some carnoflauge wear because he planned on spending
the night in his car and it was cold.
After the burglary he spent the night in Kellogg at a hotel. He left around
0930 hours 01-23-08 and drove to the grocery store on Sherman Avenue. He
bought some Nyquil and sleeping pills. He bought the additional medication to
make sure he had enough to overdose on.
He formulated a plan to cornrni t suicide. The plan involved parking his car at
Lake City High School and walking to the United Methodist Church across the
street where he is a member. He was going to climb in to the attic of the
church and overdose on the medications.
He had prepared by emptying his school backpack and putting a blanket, the
medications, a book and his journal inside. He explained that he wanted to be
gone (by committing suicide) by the time his car was found at the high school.
He felt parking at a location other than the church would grant him the
necessary time to enter the church attic, finish his book, complete some
journal entries and overdose on the medications. He thought gaining such time
was necessary because he believed police were looking for him due to the theft
at Sportsman I s Warehouse on 01-22-08.
Detective Stuart challenged Brian on the fact that he had entered the school
parking lot with a loaded weapon. Brian replied he was not planning on harming
anyone but himself. He added, "there's no one I don't like that much." He was
sitting in his car when he saw Officer Jones pull in. He got out of his car
with his backpack and walked towards the school in an attempt to look like a
regularly attending student.
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Throughout the conversation Brian repeatedly referred to himself as a worthless
failure. He felt his past deeds were not things he could overcome. He felt
like a burden to his family and believed they would be better off without him
even with the disconcerting manner in which he planned to end his life.
Detective Stuart and I actively engaged Brian in discussions to the contrary.
We talked about the despair we have witnessed related to suicide and the
emptiness families are left to bear. We spoke about the reliance a family has
upon young men of his age and the hopes related to his future. Brian was open
to our advice but his demeanor was that of quite low self-esteem.
I told Brian I knew about his Craigslist sales and the "magic bags." He told
me he never used the magic bags but learned about them on the internet. He
admitted his Craigslist sales involved some stolen property. He added the
following.
On 01-22-08 around 1200 hours he drove to Sportsman's Warehouse in
Coeurd'Alene. He went there intending to steal merchandise. He was alone and
had $200.00. He went to the paint ball section and selected two components for
his paint ball gun. He walked to what he referred to as a "blind spot" in the
'camera system and concealed the items in his sweatshirt. He went and selected
some beef jerky which he paid for at the register. He noticed store personnel
gathering near the exit including one male employee who had his hand on an exit
door. He felt his concealment was detected and ran out the doors and to his
car and sped away. He put the stolen parts in a keyed safe in his car.
Later his mother called him after police called her about the theft. He felt
there was no reason to try and make things right because he was already in
substantial trouble. He went on the run and drove to Jeffrey's house where he
committed the burglary. He left his little brother's car seat there. I asked
him why he would leave something that would identify him. He replied because
he was confident he would not be around for it to matter. He confirmed he left
Jeffrey's house with the loaded shotgun in his front seat.

I asked him what he w ~ u l d do if he inadvertently ran a stop sign and police
tried to stop him. He replied he would not have stopped because he was already
in trouble for his thefts and the rifles.
I asked him about other crimes. He added the following.
On 01-19-08 around 1600 hours he drove to the Sportsman's Warehouse in Spokane.
He was alone. He went to the paint ball section, selected a $50-60 14" Tippmann
barrel, and concealed it in his left pant pocket with his shirt over it. He
selected some paint balls which he purchased. He left without paying for the
barrel which was now in a basket in his room.
Sometime around Thanksgiving 2007 he went to Pac-Sun at the Silver Lake Mall
and selected two baseball type hats. He ran out of the store with them and a
female employee chased him but he got away. The hats were currently in a bag
along with eight others in the back of his car. The other hats were from
Zumies in the Spokane Valley Mall. He stole the other hats from Zurn1es without
being detected around the same time frame.
He has stolen other items such as batteries and vitamins. These items were
currently in a pillow bag in his room at home. He stole them from stores like
Fred Meyer and Alberstons.
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He stole a "Taylor Acoustic 410" quitar from his church. He used his student
ID card to defeat the lock on an office door where the qui tar was stored. This
was the qui tar I had seen earlier from his cQmputer correspondence.
I showed Brian his wallet which officers had taken from him when he was
detained. It had enough cash in it that it was thick and hard to close. He
admitted some of the cash was from what he stole at Jeffrey's and some sales of
stolen property on Craigslist. More follow up will be required to identify the
stolen property Brian sold online.
I asked him why commit thefts when money is readily available. He told me he
started stealing about the time he started taking his medications late last
year. Brian did not blame his medication but stated he had not been feeling
like himself since taking them. He added they made him feel anxious and
claimed he stole out of boredom related to the anxiousness. He went on to say
some of the books he reads support shoplifting.
Detective Stuart obtained written consent from Brian to search the Pontiac.
Detectives Stuart and Jackson left the interview room and Detective TenEyck
assisted them in the search.
There were three rifles and ammunition found in the trunk of Brian's car. All·
three rifles were still in the storgage cases. None of the rifles were loaded.
No school maps, tactical gear or other prepatory materials related to an armed
assault were found in the car.
I continued the interview with Brian. I aggressively re-challenged him on the
fact he had entered the school parking lot with a loaded weapon. I implored
him to reveal the truth about any plans he for a school shooting including any
specific targets he had. Brian was adamant and consistent in regards to his
previous statements and reasons for parking at the school. He reiterated his
complete lack desire to hurt anyone other than himself.
Brian's adamancy about harmful plans relating only to himself continued. He
brought up the subj ect of a polygraph test and volunteered to take one wi thout
prompting or suggestion. I passed him on to Sgt. Coby Langley, the department
polygrapher. Brian passed the examination.
Debbie and her mother came to the PD. Detective TenEyck and I discussed
Brian's case with them. The discussion included recommendations on how the
family might be able to help Brian see his self-worth.
Detectives found some personal writings in Brian's car. I restarted the
interview and questioned him about the writings. He explained one as an "Epic
Poem" he wrote for school and work. He stated it was in humor and about how
kids can get the best of him in a good way. Some entries in his journal
exemplified his low self esteem.
I explained to Brian each of the charges he was facing. I thanked him for
being honest about his actions and turned him over to Detective Spranget for
transport to PSB. Brian was booked in for two counts of Burglary (Jeffrey's
home and Sportsman's Warehouse), one count of Grand Theft (related to Jeffrey's
home), and one count of Possession of a Dangerous Weapons on School Grounds.
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Comments:
Name Involvements:
OFFENDER: 383764
Last: GILMORE First: BRIAN
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Race: W Sex: M
MENTIONED: 8580
Last: GILMORE
Race: W Sex: F
First: DEBBm
Mid: EDWARD
Address: 1510 N 3RD ST
City: COEUR D'ALENE, ID 83814
Mid: LYNN
Address: IS10 N 3RD ST
City: COEUR D'ALENE, ID 83814
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Incident Number: OBC02131 Name: D.Jones
Sequence Number: 1 Date: 04:59:56 01/24/200B
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Inicident Number: OBc02131
Offier D.Jones
Date: 11:23:13 012308
I responded to Lake City High School in reference to a possible threat by
a student against the school. The student in question was, Brian Gilmore
driving a black Pontiac Grand-am Idaho plate K396912. Brian possibly had several
stolen guns in his possession. Det Mccormick, Office Vulles and Deputy Hertzel
were also on scene. At the school the units involved were sitting in our patrol
cars at the vehicle entrances of the school parking lot. I was sitting on the
South entrance of the parking lot. Office Vulles told me that he needed
to leave the North entrance to assist another officer. I called Det Mccormick
who was inside the high school. I requested he watch the North entrance on the
surveillance camera while Officer Vulles is away.
Approximately one minute after I got off of the phone with Det Mccormick I
received a phone call from Det Mccormick. Det Mccormick advised that he
a black vehicle possibly a Pontiac pull into the North lot of the
s,ch,901. Det Mccormick told me that he was currently watching the vehicle on the
system. Det Mccormick directed me to where the possible suspect vehicle
was over the radio.
vehicle was parked in the Northwest parking lot of the school.
The front of the car was facing west and the rear of the car was facing East. I
parked my vehicle to the North of the suspect vehicle. From where I was parked
I could only see the first three numbers on the plate, 396. I could see one
OCCUPi'i!,pt in!3ide the vehicle moving around in the drivers seat. At this point I
my vehicle and I had my service weapon out. I observed a male exit
,the through the driver side door. As the male exited the vehicle I
ordered him to show me his hands. The male ignored me and started to walk in a
S9uthwest dir.e9tiqn. I again ordered the male to show me his hands. At this
time the male turned around. I could not see what was in the subjects hands
because his vehicle was in the way. I again told the male to get his
hands up. The male dropped the backpack that was over his shoulder. At this
time I could see his hands and I ordered him to walk towards me and get fage
down on the ground. The subject complied and got down on the ground.
While the SUbject was on the ground I advised over the radio of the
situation and not being a 100 % that the male I had detained was Brian Gilmore.
As I said this the detained male said something to the effect of you have the
right guy. At this time I put handcuffs on the male. I identified the male
A few moments later Officer Vulles and Det Mccormick arrived on scene.
At time I approached the vehicle and looked through the windows for other
occupants. (none were located) r asked Brian if there was anything that I
to be aware of in the back pack that could be a danger to us. Brian told
me there is nothing dangerous in the back pack. Brian also said there is a
loaded shotgun on the front seat and guns and ammo in the back seat.
I secured Brain in the back seat of my patrol car. While in the back seat
of my patrol car Brain was crying. I asked him if he was ok. Brian mumbled,
"Why dont you let me come finish what started". Brian also mumbled" Let me go
to church". Brain continued to cry while in the back seat of my patrol car.
r was advised to transport Brain to the CDA Police department. r
transported him to the CDA PD and released him to Det Todd.
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Incident Number: 08C02131 Name: T.VULLES
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I WAS ASSISTING OFFICERS AT LAKE CITY HIGH SCHOOL WHEN OFFICER DAMON JONES
ADVISED HE NEEDED ASSISTANCE IN THE NORTH PARKING LOT. HE HAD SUSPECT BRYAN
GILMORE DETAINED. I PAT SEARCHED GILMORE WITH JONES' ASSITANCE. WE THEN
IN THE BACK SEAT OF JONES' PATROL CAR. WHILE SEAARCHING HIM, HE
SA,fP THAT THE ONLY THING IN THE BACK PACK THAT HE DROPPED, WAS, SOME CLOTHES
AND MEDICATION.
PER. CAPT. CLARK, I HAD SCHAFFER'S COME PICK UP THE VEHICLE AND TRANS POT
IT TO CD'A PD EVIDENCE GARAGE. I FOLLOWED THE TOW TRUCK TO THE EVIDENCE GARAGE
WHERE THE CAR WAS DROPPED OFF AND THE GARAGE WAS SECURED.
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FELONY: XXX MISDEMEANOR:
Date 01/23/08
Incident #: 07C02000
Crime Burglary
Victim Sportsman Warehouse
Suspect Gilmore Brian Edward 07/05/89
Inv. Lead
Supp By TenEyck K49
property
Status HOLD
Witness
Mentioned Detectives Steve Stewart; Todd Jackson KCSO # 08-01683
Debbie G i l ~ o r e 660-4956 (mother of Brian)
BRIAN ATTENDS CHS.
At about 0430 this date I received a call from LT. Calderwood concerning
Brian Gilmore a senior at CHS. I know Brian from prior contacts. LT. Calderwood
stated the Sheriff's Dept. had responded to a burglary in the County. He said
about three rifles were taken and Gilmore was the suspect. LT. Calderwood
stated the victim was a relative.
LT. Calderwood went on to say Brian's mom called concerned her son may try to
harm someone as ammunition was also taken in the burglary (County case
#08-01683) .
I responded to the PD to follow up. To air on caution extra patrol was given
to Lake City High School and Coeur d' Alene school. An attempt to locate was
given for Brian.
At about 1030 hours Brian was located and detained by Officer Jones (KS2). I
was asked to respond to the PD to assist with the investigation due to weapons
located in Brian's vehicle.
At the PD I assisted Sheriffs Detectives Steve Stewart and Todd Jackson. I
assisted Detectives Stewart and Jackson doing a consented search of Brian's
vehicle. The vehicle had been delivered to the PD by Schaffer's Towing.
A Remington 12 gauge shotgun was located by Detective Stewart in the vehicle
near the front seat. The shotgun had three live rounds,one being in the
chamber. Detective Stewart made the weapon safe.
Upon continuing the search I took a Journal, misc. paperwork, Computer thumb
drive and $455.00 in cash from Brian's wallet, as cash was also taken in the
county burglary. (see attached inventory sheet) .
Three other rifles and ammunition were located by Detectives Stewart and
Jackson, and they took control of that property as well as a large jar with
misc. change inside. The three rifles were located in the trunk unloaded and in
gun cases.
I also located two Tipman Parts Kits for repairing paint ball guns. These
were in regards to a theft from Sportsman Warhouse on 01/22/08. I had received
a call from Report Specialist Michelle Fisher. She told me Loss Prevention
Officers at Sportsman's Warehouse had video and obtained the plate number of
Brian's vehicle in regards to the theft of the two Tipman Kits.
I spoke to Deputy Stewart in regards to the Kits. He said when he interviewed
Brian he confessed to entering Sportsman Warehouse on 01/22/08 with the intent
to take the two kits.
r had spoke to Debbie Gilmore in regards to this theft after talking to
Fisher. She told me she would attempt to have Brian contact me to clear up the
theft issue. This conversation took place on 01/22/08 at about 1245 hours.
Brian never contacted me.
Detective Todd also interviewed Brian (see his report 07C02131). Brian was
booked at PSB for City and County charges. (see attached copy of booking
sheet) .
I spoke to Debbie Gilmore at the PD. She responded to Schaffer's and paid the
tow bill. I gave her a copy of the items r had taken as evidence and released
the car to her.

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