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-Blue pants (V)M. Taylor 10242


-XL red shorts (V)M. Taylor 10243
-Large gray shirt (V)M. Taylor 10244

-Small metalwasher(V) Ruegsegger 10245


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Jhotgun Wadding (V) Ruegsegger 10249
-Partial whiteT-shirt (V) Ruegsegger 10251

-Shotgun Pellet (V) M. Hall 10250

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Case 10: 174A·DN·57419
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Source: LUCIANO, STEVE o In P....on 0 T_h.noIRadi.

Affiliation: JCSO o ObUIVatloo @ W_n

Phone Number. (303) 271·8865 Information Received Date: 07/00/1999 Time: 12,21 AM
Prepared by: LUCIANO, STEVE 1&l/JEFCO SO
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Event Narrative: GABRIELALUNA STUDENTBODYSHAPECLASS

Event Date: Event Time: References:


Ce1egorles: INTERVIEW STUDENT· CHS

Event Reviewed by: Sl lead Required? YES

Lead Control Number: DN47?2

lead: INTERVIEWGABRIELA LUNA, 10TH GRADE, 6388 WPORTLAND AVE, 80128,


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Assigned To; LUCIANO, STEVE Date: 07/14/1999 Time: 2:30 PM

Disposition: GABRIELALUNA WAS AN EXCHANGE STUDENT AT COLUMBINEHS FROM


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A summary reportreference lifth hour Ace Language classat Columbine High School OIl 04·20·99,

Ace Language teacherPaula Reed has been interviewed by Sgl. Ken Estel' on Control #4671.

Thefollowing students were telephonically interviewed between 07·07-99and 07·15·99,

HAINS, MARGARET 008/04-28·82 CONTROL #4821


8LACKFORD, SARA OOB/04-14-82 CONTROL #4822
MACKEAGE, MICHAEL ooBI03·09·82 CONTROL #4823
8ECKHAlvl, JOSHUA OOB/04-22·81 CONTROL #4825
IACOBSON, CASSANDRA 008108-14-82 CONTROL #4826
SCHOTT, BRANDON 008105·14-82 CONTROL #4827

All of the abovestudents gave similaraccounts of theiractions on the 04-20·99 attackat Columbine High School. The above
students were all in theTech Labwhen the firealarm sounded. Several oflhe students alsoreportedbearing "pops"or gunshots
afterthe firealarm sounded. The students thenexitedthe Tech Lab and intothe hallway where they observed several students
running in the hallway, Therewas smoke in the hallway andstudents Sara Blackford and Cassandra Jacobson reported seeing
the glass broken out of the main school doors, The students then exiledthe school through the north side doorsand ran to
Clement Park. StudentMargaret Hainsreported hearing thesound of ricocheting bullets(approximately 4-5)as she exitedthe
school through the Bandroom doors,

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The following student was not interviewed because she was out of town:

SANCHEZ, MEUSSA DOBI05·07·82 CONTROL #4824

I did speak to Melissa's mother. Barbara Sanchez on the telephone on 07·14-99. Melissa did tell her mother about her
aetions/observarions on 04·20-99 whenthe incident began. Melissa'saclions/observations weresimilarto her classmates listed
in this report.

DISPOSITION: Open, pending further investigation.

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On 4-21-99. at about 1200 hours. 1 wascontacted by Sgt. Pat Wwdin.JCSO.who directed me to contactteamleader Ray Booras.
concerning evidence collection.

At about 1210 hours. on this date 1contacted Sgt. Ray Booras who advised rhat Investigator Vette. JCSO. and I would be
collecting evidence on the southandwestsideof the school. Sgt. Booras advised we would be assisting FBl Agent Carle Schlatf

At about 12S0 hours Investigator Vette and [met with Agent Schlaffon 'he west side of the school where he had set up an
evidence collection point. Agent Schlaff advised that the fBI had supplied evidence technicians to include individuals to
photograph. mark. and identify evidence. I advised AgentSchlalfthat Ihad been directed previously by Technician Chris Andrist
that lCSO personnel would physically pickup bag and tag all evidence collected. It was decided that Investigator Vette would
document the evidence collected, and ! would physically pickup andbag. tag. and submitthe evidence to the JCSO's temporary
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Between 1300 and 1130 hours. Investigator Vette. the FBI team.and I identified. photographed. and collectedall evidence on
the south/west and west side of the building. Each item Was bagged. tagged. and initialed and were given pre-designated
numbers.

FBI Evidence Technicians also measured the location in whicheach item was found and collected.

At about 1130 hours. this date our evidence collection teamconducted a meeting wherein Agent Scnlaffadvisedthat the FBI
would providedetailed reports, diagrams. and phorogrnphs of the evidence collection.

Atabout1930 hours, investigator Vetteand I wentto the temporary evidence collection pointand turnedin allevidence collected
on the south/westand west side of Columbine H.5.

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DETAILS:
On 5-18-99, I went to the Albertson's located 9052 West Ken Caryl Avenue, Littleton. Colorado for the purpose of foltcwmg
lJ!la lead. control ~2415, whereina citizen observed possible trench coat type wearingindividuals banging OU! at the Albertson',
parlcing lot between 9,00 a.m, and 9, 15 a.m. on 4-20-99.

On 5-\8-99, at about 1600 hours, I contacted PatriciaSznip, the assistant vice president of the Bank One located inside the
Albertson's located at 9052 West Ken Caryl Avenue. LIttleton. Colorado, for die purpose of reviewing the bank surveillance
camera rape.

SZIlip swed she would contact security (Jim Brady) to which she did. [talked withJim Brady who advisedhe wouldreview the
tapes from the satellite location between 3:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m, on ';'20-99.

On 5-19-99. I was contacted by Jim Brady who advised me thathe did observe anybody matching the descriptions on the lead
sheet,duringthat period of time.

On 5-18-99, [also contacted the store manager at the Albertson's who advised that she would have to contact her security
department to see if she was able to release the tape from ';'ZO-99.

On 5-19-99, I contacted the store manager again who gave mea cOllY of the tape of their sUl"'/eillance cameras on 4-20-99. The
store manager advised that the surveillance camera only viewed the area in front of the customer service counter.

On 5-20-99, [ completed my viewing of the tape taken from the Albertson's Store located at 9052 West KenCaryl Avenue, and
found no individual. matching the descriptions on the lead.

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On6-"99.\ returned the VHS tape to the Albertson's storeas requested by the manager.
OISPOSITION Open. pending further investigatiOll. Lead elesed,

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r Connecting Case Report ~(), Victim :'Il'M1~ Original Report Date This Report
04-25-99
ficanon • HomJ.cide SlalUS: Open • Exceptionally Cleared 0
ReclassifiClltion 0 ( FEI.) Cleared by Arrest 0 Unfounded 0
Serial No, I Value
Stolen
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Recovered
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Damage-

INVESTIGATION:
on Wednesday, 04-21-99 at approximately 2300hrs I was assigned to ehe traffic
control point at the northwest entrance to Clement Park off of West Bowles Avenue.
I remained at that post until relieved in the morning at about 080ohrs.

on Thursday, 04-22-99 at approximately 2300hrs I was assigned to the traffic


control point at the southea.st entrance to Clement Park. off of South Pierce
Street. I remained at that post until relieved in the morning at about 0800hrs.

Nothing of any significance ocourred during either shift.

DISPOSITION:
Case open, forward to Investigations.

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Teacher-Psycbology Instl'uctorlColumbine Higb Sclmol
10056 West Rowland Place
Littleton. Colorado 80127
(303) 972-3359

RICK BATH, D08l\)7-62-50


Teacber-Social Studies/Columbine Higb Scbool
12806 West Dorado Place
Monislln, Coillradll80465
(303) 913-8088

INVESTIGATION:

On 4-20-99, I Was instructed by Sgt. Randy West to respond to Columbine High School due to the fact that a shooting was in
progress. Myselfand Investigator AI Simmons responded to Columbine High School, arriving at approximately 1142 hours.
Upon my arrival. I wasadvised by the Command Postthatwitnesses werecoming from the High School and that they wished
for me to assist in interviews of people in order to obtain information on whomay be a suspect inside of the school.

At approximately 1205 hours, I contacted TomJohnson, who is a teacher at Columbine High School. He advised that him and
another teacher. Rick Bath, werecorning backfrom theirlunch hour, which they had taken off of campus. He advised as hewas
traveling from Coal Mine Avenue, northbound on Pierce Street, it wasblocked off and he had to tum westbound on Walker
Avenue. Johnson stated that they then sawa student from Columbine High School inthe subdivision in that area, who they know
as Brooks Brown. He stated that thestudent waved them down andthat he appeared shaken up. He said that Brown told him

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lhat Eric Harris, whoJohnsonidentifiedas a Seniorat Columbine HighSchool,wasenteringthe buildingwith a large duffle bag,
Johnson statedthat hecouldn't rememberwhichwayBrownhad made tbis statement, but he said that Eric Harris told himeither,
"If you like me leave," or he said. "I like you, leave." Johnsonstated at about this time they were finding OUt that there was a
shootingoccurring at the high school and that Brown statedthat when Eric Harriswas going in the building he described the
duffle bag he was carrying as being suspicious in nature.

On 4-20-99. at approximately 1215 hours. 1 interviewed Rick Bath, who was with Tom Johnson when Brooks Brown bad
contacted them. Bath advised me that him and Johnson were returning from lunch and that they had turned off of Pierce.
westbound. into the subdivision west of Pierce and south of Columbine High School, He stared that Brooks Brown had waved
themover and appearedshaken up. He stated that Brooks Brown indicatedto them that he had contacted Eric Harris prior to
Eric HarrisgoingintoColumbine HighSchool. Bathadvised that he was sure of what Brownhad told him what Eric Harris had
saidpriorto entering the school and itwas, "Brooks I likeyou, leave." Bathwasasked if he knew Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold,
He stated that he knew both of them and thatthey were Seniorsat the high school.

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INVESTIGATION;

On 4-21-99, I was advisedto assist in evidence gathering at Columbine HighSchool. I was assignedat this timeto Team 310
be the evidence liaison with them and investigator Ralph Gallegos with the JeSO, (See Investigator Gallegos' report for
information on team members and areas searchedby the team).

On -1-21·99, at about 1940 hours, I assisted in measurements and gathering of three itemsof evidence;

3000 Spent round


3001 Rightshoe
3002 Leftshoe

(See anacheddrawing and measurements for the location of these items),

Theseitems werelocatedoutside of the mainfront entrance to Columbine HighSchool and were booked into the evidence vault.

I was also assigned to assistTeam 5 in the collection of evidence. (See Investigator Tom Acierno's report for names of other
team members). I assistedat the crimescene unlil4-28·99,ar whichtimeI wasrelieved and responded back to headquarters at
approxirnarely 1100 hours on 4-28·99, (Seeadditional supplement forrecovery ofevidenceitems on this date from Investigator
Kate Battan at the Command Post locatedat the.Hall of Justice, 100 Jefferscn.County Parkway).

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WITNESS:

DR. JAMES MAULT, ATIENDING PHYSIOAN


University Hospital

(303) 315-8527

DR. MARK NEHLER, ATTENDING PHYSlOAN


University Hospital

(303) 315-6486

VICTIM:

"lARK TAYLOR

INVESTIGATIQN:

On 05.06-99, Investigator Al Simmons requested that! attempt contact with Dr. James Mault in reference to the surgery that he
performed on the victim, Mark Taylor, in order to ascertain if any projectile had been removed from his body during the
operation,

On 05.()7·99, I contacted Dr. James Mault'S assistant, Michelle Nelson, who advised me that Dr. Mault did not remove any

projectiles from the victim's body and stated that in fact Dr. Mark Nehler had performed the operation on the chest area.

Attempts were made to contact Dr. Mark Nehler reference this surgery. I received a message back from Dr. Mark Nehler on 5-7.

99, wherein he advised me that there was an entrance and exit wound involving the victim and that no projectile was removed
from him. This Information will be forwarded to Investigator Al Simmons.

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BOGACZ, MICHAEL "MIKE", OOBI8.25.198 I


6890 W. FairviewAvenue, Littleton, CO 80113
Home: (303)979·1055

School: Columbine SeniorHigh School


6201 S. Pierce Street,Littleton, CO 80113

GALLEGOS, RALPH (INVESTIGATOR)


JeSO Mountain Precinct/lavestigations Division
(303)679·1184

iVESTIGATlON:

On April 20, 1999, at about J 1:25 AM, Investigator Ralph Gallegos and I were informedof "shots fired" call at Columbine
HighSchool,with multiple 911 calls,and possiblemultipleinjuries. Wewent to Columbine High Schoolfrom the Mountain
Precinct, arriving at about II :50 AM. We remainedon scene at wt location for the remainder of the day, assisting with
interviews of studentsand staff members of the schoolas they wereevacuatedby SWATpersonnel.

My first interview of that afternoonwas with a student named Michael Bogacz. Bogacztold me that he had been in classat
about II :20 to 11:30 AM, and he suddenlyheard what sounded like gunshots somewhere in the school. Bogacztold methat
theshots that heheardsoundedlikeeither"shotgunsor a big handgun." Shortlyafter heheard theshots fired. the school's fire
alarm went off. The teacherof his class told the studentsto leavethe building. Bogacz, told me that he did not see anyone
actuatly firing any weapons, but he noticed that the front doors of the school were "shot out" when he ran out the doors.

DISPOSITION: Open.
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LICHTENBERG, LAUREL (AGE1'<l)


Lakewood Police Department
445 S. AllisonParkway, Lakewood, CO 80226
(303)987-7Il!

BROWN, BROOKS
8003 S. Vance Street, Littleton, CO 80123
Home: (303)972-0602
School: Columbine SeniorHigh School
620 I S. Pierce Street,Littleton, CO 80123

INVESTIGATION:

OnApril20, 1999, whileassistingwith interviews onthesceneof. multiple homicide at Columbine High School, I interviewed
Lakewood Police Agent Laurel Lichtenberg who providedme with information she had received from a Columbine High
School studentnamedBrooksBrown. Accordingto Agent Lichtenberg. BrooksBrown told her that he was on his wayoutthe

doorof theschoolgoingto lunchwhenhe metEricHarriscoming towards the schoolfromthe parkinglot. BrooksBrown said
that he noticed that Eric Harriswas carrying"a weirdlooking duffle bag" as he approached. When Eric Harriswalkedup to
him, he reportedly said to Brooks Brown, "Y like you. Get out of here." BrooksBrown said that he left the school property
immediately.
JC- 001-009936

BrooksBrownalso provided a description ofEricHarris, describing him as a whitemale, about5'11"tall,weighingabout 140


pounds, withshortblond hair. BrooksBrownsaidthat Harriswas dressedin black. BrooksBrownalso told AgentLichtenberg
that Harris' best friend was named Dylan Klebold, and he described Kleboldas a white male, about 6'4" tall, "skinny" with
nedium browncurly hair that was collar length, BrooksBrownalso said that Klebold had acne scars on his face.

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Brooks Brown alsoprovided AgentLiclrtenberg:witha description of the vehicles that he thought belonged to EricHarris and
Dylan Klebold. Brooks Brown toldAgentLichte.uberg that he thouglrt that Harris drovea blackHondaCivicfourdoorwith
a large "Ramstem" sticker in the back window. Brooks Brown toldAgent Lichtenberg that be thoughtthat Dylan KleboJd
drove an oldermodel Mercedes-Benz four door witha small sticker in the backwindow bearing the logoof the Gothic group
Nine Inch Nails in the backwindow. This sticker has the white letter "NIN" on a mack background, and the last "N" is
backwards. Brooks Brown said thathe thougIrt thatthe twocarswouldbe parked in the Senior parking lotadjacent to space
number 256.

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BARUCH, JERRY(Detective)
DenverPoliceDepartment/Hcmicide Unit
133\ Cherokee Street, Denver, CO

BAUMGARTNER, CATHERINE
Employer: R·I Schools/Columbine Senior HighSchool (Administrative Office Personnel/Clinic)
620I S. PierceStreet, Littleton, CO 80123
(303)9794700

;LAIR, RONALD (Detective)


DenverPoliceDepartment/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Denver,CO

CABRERA, ANNA
Employer: R·I Schools/Columbine Senior High School (Administrative OfficePersonnel)
6201 S. PierceStreet, Littleton, CO &0123
(303)9794700

COSTELLO, JOSEPH (Detective)


Denver Police Department/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO

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FETROW, MlKE (Detective)


DenverPolice Department/Homicide Unit
1331 CherokeeStreet,Denver, CO
(303)640-3540

GABEL, RONALD (Detective)


DenverPolice Departmem/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Denver,CO

'JARSON, WILLIAM (Detective)


DenverPolice Department/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO

KEATING, SYDNEY JO "SYD", DOBl7-24-1956


233 Reed Street, Lakewood, CO 80226
Home: (303)238-3105
Employer: R-I Schools/Columbine Senior High School (Campus Supervisor)
620I S. PierceStreet, Littleton, CO 80123
(303)919-4700

HOFFMA.c'l, GARY (Detective)


DenverPoliceDepartmeat/Homicide Unit
1331 CherokeeStreet, Denver,CO
JC· 001·009939

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LEARY. TIM (CAPTAIN)


DenverPoliceDepartment/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street. Denver.CO

MURRAY. MATT (Detective)


DenverPoliceDepartment/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street. Denver,CO

NEIL, DAVID (Detective)


)enver PoliceDepartmentdlomicideUnit
1331 Cherokee Street.Denver, CO

PIERCE, SHIRLEY ANN, OOBI01-3O-1933


8092 S. Jay Drive.Littleton, CO 80123
Home: (303)979-6805
Employer. R-I Schools/Columbine Senior High School(Administrative OfficePersoaael/Attendance Office)
6201 S. Pierce Street, Littleton, CO 80123
(303)979-4700

REED. GORDON (SERGEANT)


Denver PoliceDepartment/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Denver. CO

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RESCHKE, DR. MARlA (Assistant Principal), OOBl4.17-1942


Employer: R-I Schools/Columbine SeniorHigh School
6201 S. Pierce Street,Littleton, CO 80123
(303)9794700

RUMER, TAMARA MARY, oo8I7-o1-l944


3965 N, Cherokee Place, Sedalia. CO 80135
Employer: R-I Schools/COlumbine Senior High School (Administrative OfficePersonnel/Attendance Office)
6201 S, Pierce Street, Littleton, CO 80123
(303)9794700

SAULTON, Vv'ILLIAM J., (Detective)


Denver Police Department/Hornicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO

SEWELL, JIM (Detective)


Denver Police Department/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO

SPELMAN, VICKY (CRIMINALISTfTECHNICIAN)


Jefferson County Sheriffs OfficelCriminaiistics Laboratory
(303)271·5647

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STUDENKA, KAREN (Assistant Principal)


Employer: R·\ Schools/Columbine SeniorHigh School
6201 S. PierceStreet, Littleton, CO 80123
(303)979-4700

TRUJILLO, BEN(Detective)
Denver PoliceDepartment/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO

VICCHl, DON (Detective)


Denver PoliceDepartment/Hcmicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street,Denver,CO

WALLIS, DALE G.. (Detective)


Denver PoliceDepartment/Homicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street,Denver, CO

WASHER, :NILES (Detective)


Denver Police Department/Homicide Unit
[331 Cherokee Street,Denver,CO

\V1!ITE, SUSAN
Employer: R·I Schools/Columbine SeniorHighScbool (Administrative OfficePersonnel)
6201 S. PierceStreet, Littleton, CO 80123
(303)979-4700
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YOUNT, DANIEL D. (LIEUTENANT)


DenverPoliceDepartmentIHomicide Unit
1331 Cherokee Street,Denver, CO
(303)640-3969

EVIDENCE:
(Evidence log for team 7A)

2403 Shellcasing,9mm
2404 SheJl casing,9mm
2405 Shellcasing, 9mm
2406 Shellcasing, 9mm
2407 9mm FMJ live round
2408 metal fragment
2409 metal fragment
2410 Shell casing, 9mm
2411 9mm FMJ live round
2412 1 9= FMJ live round
2414 Empty magazine from a semi-automatic firearm
2415 Shellcasing, 9mm
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2419 Shell casing, 9mm


2420 9mm FM1live round
2421 Shell casing, 9mm
2422 Bullet fragment
2423 Shell casing, 9mm
2424 Shell casing, 9mm
2425 9mm FM1live round
2426 I Shell casing, 9mm
,427 Bullet fragments
2428 9rnm FM! live round
2429a Television monitor with possible bullet bole in back of base
2429b Television monitor ceiling bracket with possible bullet damage in base
243 I Venetian blinds with possible bullet damage
2432 Bullet fragment
2433 Bullet fragment
2434 Bullet fragment
2437 Bullet fragment
2438 Bullet fragment
2439 Dell computer monitor with possible bullet hole in screen
2440 Section of aluminum window sill with four possiblebullet boles
2441 Bullet fragments from inside of wall under window sill (item #2440)
2442 Videotape of crime scene
2443 Videotape of crime scene
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2464a 1 Sampleof possible blood from north-south hallway north of Adnrlnistration offices
2464b Controlsample from samelocationas Item 2464A
2465 Television monitorfrom SecurityOffice
2466 I Television monitorswitch box from SecurityOffice
2467 VCRwith surveillance tape from"Tuesday"still inside
2468 6 Videotapes marked"Wednesday" through"Sunday"
2469 Videotapefrom securityoffice
2470a 1 Sampleof possibleblood fromwall in bandroomhallway
'470b Controlsample from same location as 2470a
2471 Evidence videotape fromnorth portionof Administrative offices

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250I Shell casing, 9mm fromclinic area
2505 Shellcasing, 9mm fromattendance office
2506 Bullet fragment from attendance office
2507 I. T, & T. telephonebase wilb possiblebullet hole
2508 I. T. & T. telephone handset with possiblebullet hole
2511 1 Spent bullet from room G/C-8
2512 Empty 12gauge shotgun shell fromhallwayto the Attendance Office/Clinic area
25 t 5 Bullet fragment from Attendance Office walt

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On. April 21 1999. I was assigned to evidencecollectionteamnumberseven,which assumedresponsibilityfor the collection


of evidencein the Administrative Officesand the adjacent hallways to the west and north ofthe offices. Members of thisteam
included detectives and lab personnel assignedtoDenverPolice Department's Homicide unit, and their namesare listed in the
"WilI1ess" section oflhis report. At about I:30PMon April21. 1999, teamnumberseven conducteda "walk through" of the
administrative offices. For the purposes of the evidence log. I dividedthe evidence collection into two parts, the portion
completed during the time period up to and including about5:30PM (Team 7A)and the periodafter about 5:30 PM (Team
18). Team 7A consistedof detectives and lab personnel normally assigned to the day shift, andTeam 7Bincludeddetectives
and lab personnel normallyassignedto the eveningshift of Denver PO's Homicide Unit.

When we entered the Administrative Offices we notednumerous shell casingsevident in the area behind the desk normally
occupied by Susan White, and also in the area directly in front of the desk normally occupied by Mrs. Anna Cabrera.
Immediatelyuponenteringtheofficearea fromthe frontdoor,wesawthata numberof itemshadapparently beenthrown down
onto the floorincludinga large multi-tiered sectionofmail slots that had been tippedover on itsside. The contents of the mail
slots had been dumped out onto the floor.

Immediately behind that mail area.were the windows that faceeast fromthe Administrative Offices. There was somebroken
potteryononeof the windowsills.and some Venetianblindswhichhadapparently beendamaged when that potteryhad been
thrownagainst the window. There was morebrokenpottery and unbroken pottery lyingon the groundbetweenthe mailslots
and the windows. Also on that samesection ofwindow sill was a trophy that had a defect that appearedto have beencaused
a projectilesimilarto a bullet. We laterrecoveredwbatappeared to be bullet fragments fromthe wood of the trophyand seized
them as evidence.
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The deskarea normallyoccupiedby Susan Whitehad computer monitorthat appeared to havebeen pushedoveronto thefloor
into the knee-hole area behind the desk. The windowimmediately behindSusanWhite's desk had numbersof defectsin the
window, Venetian blinds, and the window sin thai appeared to have been caused by projectiles similar to bullets. Later

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examination ofthe computermonitorlyingunder Susan White's deskshoweda hole in the monitor's screenthat appeared to
have beencaused by a bullet or similar projectile. Thatmonitorwas later photographed as Item# 39 and seizedas evidence
item #2439. We also seizedthe portion of the window sillcontaining four(4) holesthat appearedto be bullet holes(evidence
item # 2440) and several possible bullet fragments that we found inside of the wall under the window sill (evidence item
#2441). The Venetianblinds were also seizedas evidence (Item# 2431).

Behind (to the north of) the desk normallyoccupied by SusanWhitewas an office door labeled "Assistant Principal." The
windowofthe office door was broken out and the blindswere hanging outsidethe door. Those blinds covereda nameplate
that said "Dr. MariaReschke."

At the juncture of the main Administrative Offices and a short hallway that leads west from Dr. Reschke's office to the
\ttendance Office and Clinic, we founda television monitorthat is suspended from the ceiling which had a large hole in the
lower left base area of the monitorand throughthe bracket holdiilg the television monitor. On the floor close to the juncture
of this short hallway and the main office area, we also found an empty 12 gauge shotgun shell and metal fragments that
appearedto havebeen blownoffofthe bracketholdingthe television monitor. We latercollectedthe entire television monitor
(Item# 2429a), the base of the bracketholding the television monitor(Items # 2429b), the emptyshotgunshell (Item # 2412),
and the metal fragments (Items # 2408 and 2409).

As wewalkedwestalong the corridorfromDr. Reschke'soffice,the next officeto the west was labeled"AssistantPrincipal,"
and belowthe windowofthat door was the nameplate"Mrs. Karen Studenka." There was a defect in the wall to the rightof
that doorway that appearedto havebeencausedbya projectile similar to a bullet.A bullet fragment was later collectedfrom
this officeandplacedinto evidence. The nextofficeto thewestalongthat samecorridorwas labeledat the top ofthe doorway
"Social Worker." All ofthose officeswere open.and all of the lightswere on, as werethe computersand personal radios in
some of the offices.
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As we continuedwest down that hallwayfromthe offices,On the left there was a door labeledbeside the door"Attendance."
xbove the label that said "Attendance"was the name"Mrs. Tamara Rumer." Below the word "Attendance" was the name

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that appeared 10 be fralll"ents from a spent bullet, andat leastoneempty9mm. shell casing. On the counterat the southend
of the attendance office,we foundan I. T. 8< T. telephone base witha defect that appeared to have been causedby a projectile
similarto a bullet. Hangingfrom its cord was the telephone handsetfor that telephone. The actual handset was lyingon the
floor, and it also had a defect that appeared to have been causedby a projectile similar to a bullet. The bole in the handset
corresponded to the hole in the base of the telephone ifthe handset werereplacedin the cradle. We also noteda defect 011 the
splashboard of the countertop immediately behind and tothe westof thetelephone base,andsome debristhatappearedto have
come from the westernmost wall below a cabinet. A bulle! or bullet fragment was later recovered from the wall underthe
cabinet.

We continued west down the same hallway from the Attendance Officeto a door at the west end of that hallway that was
abeled"Clinic." Abovethe label"Clinic"wasthename"Catherine Baumgartner." As weenteredthe clinicarea,immediately
in frontof US was a small lavatorywith a corresponding label stating"Clinic Lav" beside the door. There was a blackmetal
coal tree that was balding the lavatorydoor partiallyopen.and there were twojackets bangingon the coat tree andtwo more

jackets lyingon thefloorofthe lavatory. There wasalsoa small rectangular holein the wall boardapproximately eight inches
abovethe floor, immediately to the left ofthe lavatory door. Thisholewasabout2 Yi to 3 inches high, andappeared to match
the dimensions of the legs of me coat tree. There appeared to gypsum dust transferon one leg ofthe coat tree that looked
similar to the gypsum dust around the rectangularhole in the wall.

As we continued into the clinic area, we noted a defect similarto a bullet hole in the windowalong the east wall ofthe clinic.

This window looks into the Attendance Office area. This window is a solid (non-opening) window, and the defect was
apprcximately in the center of the window about fourto five inches above the window sill. We also noted that there was an
empty 9mm shell casing lying on the floor of the clink
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All evidenceitemslater recovered fromthe Attendance OfficeandClinicarea wereoriginallyplacarded with numbers 1·1 S,
but were collected as evidenceitems 2501·2515. Someevidence numbers fromthls area were inadvertently also assigned to
.terns from the front section of the office, so no Items were collectedor photographed for numbers 2502, 2503, 2504, 2509.

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Adooron the westside ofthe clinic leads OUl intoa hallwaythatrunsnorthand south alongside the AdministrativeOfficearea.
In the area immediately outside of the clinic door, we foundanother spent bullet lying on the hallway floor. This bullet was
Later photographed and collectedas evidence item#246L Weconlinued on ourwalk through by movingnorthin that hallway.
A short distance north of the clinicdoorwayis a set ofdoubledoors labeled"Counseliag," When we checked the Counseling
offices, we found no items of evidentiary value, or obvious damage that appeared to be caused by either bullets or other
projectiles, hut we did find damageto a couple of doors that appearedto have been caused by police personnel whenthey had
to force the doors to check the interior offices. The Counseling officealso bas a doorway at the east end that leads back into
another sectionof the AdministrativeOffices and to a teacher workroom.

... we continuednorthalongthe north-south hallway, at the extremenorth end there were two double glass doors that leadout
of the building. Also on the right side of the hallway at the end there was another double door labeled "Post Grad Center."
The lightswere on and the computerswere runningin that room, but we found no itemsofevidentiary value, and no apparent
damageor other inconsistencies within that room.

We did not check any of the rooms in the next ballway,which runs along the north side of the Administrative Office, and is
perpendicularto the previouslydescribednorth-southhallway. We founda second north-southhallway whichran north from
the east-west hallway. It began approximatelyfortyto fifty feet to the east ofthe junction with the first north-southhallway.
In these two hallways, we found holes in two of the ceilingtiles. One of those was in the east-west hallway about halfway in
betweenthe junctions of the two north-south hallways, close to the north wall. We marked the wall adjacent to this hole in
the ceiling tile as #2462. Examination later showedno obviousevidence in the ceilingareato show that this hole might have
been caused by a bullet or similar projectile. This hole was photographed, but no evidence was collected at this location.

At the south edge of the ceiling section immediatelyabove the junction of the east-west hallway and the second north-south
hallway, we founda second bole in the ceiling tile. We markedthe wall adjacentto this holeas #2463. Later examinationdid
rotshow any othercorrespondingdamagein the ceilingarea that wouldindicatethat this bole was caused by a bullet or similar

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projectile. This hole was also photographed, but no otherevidence was collectedin this area.

inside of the second north-south hallway, we found a label that said "Wing Hall" on the west side of that hallway.
Approximately fourfeetfromthat label, we foundwhatappeared to bebloodsmearedalong thewall. A sample ofthispossible
blood was latertakenas evidence (Items 2464aand 2464b).

As we continued alongthis secondnorth-south hallway, we found tbat all of the doors along the hallway bed beenbreached.
apparently bySWAT teamswhentheywereclearingthe building. One door had been removed from its hinges. and somehad
beenopenedusingsometypeof explosive breaching device adj acent tothedoorhandle. Atthe extremenorthendof thesecond
north-south hallway we foundanotherglass exit door. Just southof the exit door there was a short hallway that leads to the
Band Room and a room marked "A. C. E." On the wall between the Band Room and A. C. E. doors we found another
'xownish-red stain that resembled blood A sample of this stainwas later takenas evidence(Items112470a and 2470b).

As we continued on our walk through, we completed our examination of the rest of the east-west hallway which leads to the
hack(north) door of the Administrative Offices. Thisdoorwas labeled "Admin Hall." Immediately insideofthis hallway we
saw a total often doorways, five on the east side and fiveon thewest side. The first door on the right (west)sidejust inside
of the hack(north) doorwas marked"ADM·6"besidethe door, andthe dooritselfwas labeled "CampusSupervisor" overthe
window of the door. Underthe door window was the name"Ms. SydKeating." Inside of this office we foundevidence of a
possiblebulletstrike On one of the walls,and we also found the surveillance systemfor the scbool. The videorecorder had
beenunplugged and one surveillance rapewasstill insideof thatrecorder. All of the surveillancevideotapes andsurveillance
equipment from this office were later collected as evidence (Items 112465, 2466, 2467, 2468, and 2469). We also later
recovered a bullet fragment from the west wall of that room.

Examination of the rest oftbe officesin this partlcularnanway showedno obvious evidenceof damage. bulletstrikes. or other
items of evidentiary value.
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itemsof evidencetbat We had noted earlier. Items in the main Administrative Office area were initially labeledwithplastic
placardsnumbered 1-36. Those itemswere later seizedas evidence items#240I through 2436, with the exceptionof items
# 1 and 2 which were shards of pottery or complete piecesof pottery. Thoseitems were examined for latent printson SCene
NO latent prints were found, SO the items were photographed and left in place. Items #35 and 36 were not collected, either.
but were photographed and left in place.

Also photographed and collected as items of evidence were items #37 and 38 (2437 and 2438 on the evidence log) which
appeared to be projectiles or bullet fragments that had originate from within the school. and had ended up outside of the
buildingon the lawn to the east of the Administrative Offices. or on the sidewalk outside of the East entranceof the school.
Wewere able to plot possible tra]ectories of the bulletsor bullet fragments based upon our examination ofthe evidence and
holes in the windows ofthe Administrative Offices. which showed that thosebulletsor fragments mayhavecomefrom within
be Administrative Office area. We also photographed furrows in the lawn area that appearedto havebeen caused by bullets
or similarprojectiles. Examination ofthe lawn area by JeSO Technician VickySpelman using a metal detectordidnot yield
any further bullet fragments. TechnicianSpelmanfound numerous drywall nailsin the lawnarea during her examination, but
these were not collected as evidence.

Itemsphotographed andcollectedin the Attendance Office andClinicwereoriginally placardedwithnumbers 1-16. andseized


as evidence items 2501-2515, as noted in detail earlier in this report. Itemsphotographed and collected from the hallways
adjacent to tile Administrative Offices and from the SecurityOffice were placarded. photographed, and collected as items
#2461 through 2471.

Denver PD Detectives measured and photographed possible bullet trajectories for each of the bullet fragments that they
recovered. Detailsof thisexamination can be found in theirreports. All items of evidenceweregivento me. and I maintained
care. custody. and control of those itemsuntil I transferred custody of those itemsto the evidencecustodian.

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WITNESSES:
Howard Cornell
Jefferson County Public Schools
1829 Denver West Drive,Bldg. 27
Golden, Colorado 8040I
(303)982-6891

lill Blackburn
sameas above
(303j89().0359

INVE$TIGATION:
On 04-20-99. I was advised by Sergeant DanGard thatshots had been fired and explosions had gone off at Columbine High
School. I was assigned to do background information on any possible suspects. I worked withGeorge Mumma of theJefferson
"ountyJuvenile Assessment Centerand with R-llefferson County Schools Security. looking up students from Columbine High
School who were recent disciplinary problems. or had madethreats. or were associated with the groupknown as the Trench
Coat Mafia. I did background checks which included criminal histories, drivers license information. vehicle registration
information. and CClCiNCIC checks for the following individuals:
Dylan Klebold ?

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received from area school principals regarding students who matched the description ofthose involved with the Trench Coal
Mafia. From Chatfield High School,students names are:

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Lakewood High School, student names are:

Columbine High School, student names are:

A Chatfield High School student Mike Zarate, (303)'179-5718, gave a written statemenr to Chatfield High School indicating
that two weeks prior to the Columbine High School incident, he and his friends (unknown names), who were at Funplex•
. erheard a kid named "Jeff', and a couple of"JelT's" friends talking about what was going to happen, He described "Jeff"
as about 6'01 ", long braided hair, with green eyes, The namesof all these individuals were written up On Information Control
Sheets for assigned follow-up.

On 04-20-99, I spoke with R-l Schools Security Officer Jill Blackburn. Blackburnadvised me she had found Website pages
for individuals connected with the Trench Coat Mafia. All Website information was forwarded to Captain Dan Harris.
Blackburn faxed me several pages of Website information she had obtained off of the Internet under the Web page of
http:\\bigsun.wbs.nef,homepages\r\elblrebthejuvey\rebthejuvey.htlm. The home page Website found on this was
http:\\members.AOLcom\rebdomine. These pages of informanon contained poetry, which spoke of someone coming to take
their place as an anarchist. and also of restlessnessand unexpectedness about apocalypse, and massive attack, atomic blasts.

chaos and panic. detonations in a distance, apocalypse. walls of flame and smoke, and being born to kill. There was also
information on how to make a bomb.

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WITNESSES:
Lisa Kreutz, doblO1-14-81

WESTIGATlON:
Duringthe week of 05-03·99, 1assisted Federal Bureau of Investigations Special Agent John Elvig with interviewing the above
three witnesses. (See Special Agent Elvig's written supplemental report fur details of those interviews.)

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WILLIAM M. HANlFEN, DOBl3·2·83 (JtJVENILE)
6404 W. LEAWOOD DIUVE
L1ITLETON, CO 80123
303·797·3922
STUDENT COLl.JMBfNE H.S.

LUKE F. HANIFEN, D09110·23·81


SAME ADDRESSiPHONE AS ABOVE
SroDENT COLUMBINE H.S.

EGGY JEAN HANIFEN. DOBlll·16·58


SAMEADDRESSIPHONE AS ABOVE
WORK: R·I SCHOOLS (303)982-85! 4

MICHAEL scorr HANIFEN. OOBIS·28·58


P.O. BOX 1172
GRAND LAKE. CO S0447
(910)621·8228

BETHANEY CAMPBELL
(303)933-1088 IJNK ADDRESS
STUDENT COLUMBINE H.S.

JUSTIN COZART
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INVESTIGATION
On 4-28-99, at about 0900 hour:s, [met withwitness William Hanifen and bis mother. witness Peggy Hanifen, at theirresidence.
6404 W. Leawood Drive. WilliamHanifen advised me of the following,

William Hanifen said on 4-20-99.at about [015 hours he wentintothecafeteria ofColumbine H.S. He saiddue to the fact that
he bad founh hOUT off he was in thereearlierthanhe usually was. William Hanifen said that he sat at a tablejust inside one of
the doors in the south/west corner of the cafeteria. He said lhat when he sat down he put his backpack on top of the table.
William Hanifen said thai Justin Cozart wassitting just to hisleftanda female known only at thistime as Lisa wassiningacross
lhe table from him. William Hanifensaid suddenly he sawother people inside of the cafeteriagetting out of their chairs and
'emng underneath the tables, and then he heardthejanitoryellingto get under the tables. so he did as well. William Hamfen
said he couldhear gunshots fromsomeone eithershooting in Or nearthe cafeteriaarea of the school, William Hanifen said he
alsosaw otherstudentsrunningawayfrom thecafeteria and upthe stairs. William Hanifen saidhe stayedunder the table ,U this
time. and he estimatedit was approximately .20-25 minutes. William Hanifen said then a fire was startedncarthe table he was
underneath, so he and the other two underthe tablegotupandran oUI of the cafeteria door thai was nearest to the tabletheyhad
beensealedat. William Hanifen said whilehe wasunder thetablehe couldhear thetwo suspects talking, however hecouldnot
recall whathe heard them talking about, William Hanifen said he did not however. actuallysee the suspects. so therefore he
wasunableto describe them. William Hanifen advised me that he didnot see any duffel bags in the cafeteria, however. it would
havebeendifficult for him to see someone witha duffel bag or carrying a duffel bag.or even a duffel bag laying on the floor due
to the fuCI there were so manybackpacks that were in thecafeteria, William Hanifen said he left his backpack in the cateteria
on top of the table. that he had he originally wentto in the cafeteria. I asked WilliamHanifen about the trench coat mafia and
he said he does not know them personally, but he does know whothey are. and that they wear long trench coats in the school.
He also described them as "weird." William Hanifen saidhedoes not recall ifhe saw any of the trench coat mafia studentsin
the day prior to the incident, which wouldhave been April 19. 1999. He said he does not have any further information as far
as the trench coat mafia students.
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I asked William Hanifen what he bad been wearing on the day of the incident on April 20, 1999. He said he believes he was
wearinga blue long sleeve shirt and faded bluejeans. He also said thai Lisa, whileshe was underneath the table said she had
felt empty ammunitionshells rolling offof the table and hitting her on her body. No further information available on Lisa or
Lisa's locationat this time.

When Lisa is identifiedshe will be interviewed as a witness to this incident also.

Peggy Hanifen advisedmethat her olderson. Luke Hanifen, wasin the library andthen the restroom, when the incident occurred,
He was nOI home for me 10 interview,he was in Fort Collins. Colorado.

William Hanifen said the only informanon he has heardsince the incident was from Bethaney Campbellwho toldhim that Robin
"riderson bad told her that she hought the guns that were later usedby the suspectsin this incident.

DISPOSITION Open. pending further investigation.

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WITNESSES:

CHALUPA. MICHAEL, DOB10l>-14-8I


6311 W. Arbor Ave.
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303) 798-6253
Student: Columbine High School

ANDERSON, SUS.'\NM., D08108-13-57


Same as above.
Work: Arapahoe Pediatrics Center
303·795-2345

CHALUPA, JOHN
8555 Fairmont Drive
Denver, CO 80231
303- 780-Q257

INVESTIGATION:

On 06-03·99, I contacted Susan Anderson by telephone to set up anappointment foran interview withher son, Michael Chalupa.
Michael Chalupa is. Columbine High School. Thepurpose of this interview was in referenceto the shooting that OCCUlTed at
Columbine HighSchool on 04-20·99.

On 06-03·99, an appointment was set up for meto meet with Susan Anderson and her son Michael Chalupa on Tuesday, 06-Q8·
99. at 1900 hours at their residence. 6311 West Arbor Avenue.
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I calledher at her place of business. Susan Anderson saidthat aftermaking the interviewappointmenton 06-03·99, she advised
Michael Chalupathat a date and time had been set up foran interview wnh me and Michael Chalupaadvisedher he did not want
to talk to me abouttile incident. Susan Anderson said that MichaelChalupafeels he has no information that would be pertinent
to til. case and therefore,did not feel an interviewwas necessary. SusanAnderson advised me that she believestile reasonfor
Michael Chalupanot wantingto be interviewed, is because h. is in the process of havingtherapy set up to deal withthis incident
from Columbine High School, and feels that an interviewwould cause further problemsas far as dealing with the incident. I
advised Susan Anderson. I would go ahead and canceltile appointment. I did giveher the Columbine High School Task Foree
Team 4 team leader's name, which Is Rich Price, from the F.B.I.. and I advised Susan Anderson I did not know if Rich Price
would be contacting her and/or Michael Chalupaafter reviewingmy report or not. I advised Susan Anderson I would talk to
agent Price and ten him the reasons why Michael Chalupa did not want to be interviewed.

DISPOSITION: Case is open. pending further investigation.

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TRISTA FOGARTY, DOBiIO·ll·83


6236 West Roxbury Place
Littleton, Colorado 80123
(303) 933-6014
Student: Columbine High School

LEIGH ANN NICOLE CLARK., DOB/07·24-84


6461 West Elmhurst Avenue
Littleton, Colorado 80128
Student: Columbine High School

JENNY NAIFEH

INYESTlGATION:

On 6-15-99, I interviewed Trista Fogarty at her residence. During this interview, Trista advised me that Leigh Ann Clark had
told her that on 4-20·99, while Leigh Ann was in the cafeteria at Columbine High School, she saw~n the cafeteria
shooting a weapon. Through this statement made by Trista on 4-20·99, I contacted Leigh Ann Clark by telephone on 6-16-99
to interview her about the information I had received from Trista. Leigh Ann Clark advised me that she did not see anyone with
a firearm shooting in the cafeteria at Columbine High School on 4-2()"99. I asked her ifshe knew w h o _ w a s . and
she said no, she did not even know who he was. Leigh Ann could not provide any further information about who may have
witnessed ~n the cafeteria shooting a firearm.
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me was almost sure it was Leigh Ann Clark who had told her she saw"'shooting in the cafeteria, Trista said if it was

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Thurman (303-933-4628), I contacted Jenny NellY by telephone to interview her in referenceto a possible identification of
~as a shooter at Columbine High School. Jennyadvised me tbat on 4-20-99 in the cafeteriashe was with Jamie
Thurman and she says neither herself or Jamie wimessed anybody shooting in the cafeteria. Jenny said that she was in the
cafeteria. however, she does not even know wh~iS, nordid she see anybody else shooting. lenny saidthat Jamie
Thurman also did not see anybody shooting. I tried to contactJamieThurman by phone to interview her about 4-20-99 at
Columbine HighSchool. however. no one answered the telephone.

D1SPOSmON; Case is open. pendingfurther investigation.

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JOHNDAVID HOUSE, ooBIIO-13-81


5907South GallupStreet,#30\
Englewood, CO 80\20
(303)347-0967
Student-Columbine High School

KATHY HOUSE (John's stepmother)


8063 S, Jay Drive
Littleton, CO
Work: Dr. David Bevins
0767 South Broadway
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 798-1454

GARY HOUSE
Same as above.
Wode Allison Care Center
1660 Allison Street
Lakewood. CO 80215
(303)232·7177
Cell phone-(303) 517·9485

INVESTlQATION: JC- 001-009965

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me that John had moved away from her residence at 806J S. Jay Drive and was residing at 5907 S. Gallup Street, #30I, phone
number (303) 347-0967. I attempted to contact JohnHouseat that phonenumberon Q6.07-99, however, I was unable to contact
him and I left a message on the phone recorder asking him to contactme. Since that date, I have left several other messages on
the answeringmachine at that phone numberasking John to contactme in reference to !he shooting on 04-20-99. Theserequests
have gone unanswered and as of07·21.99, I have not been able to make contact with John House to interview him.

This report is being made to document the fact that I have made severalattempts to contact John House, however, I have been
unableto do so up to this point in time. ShouldI contactJohn Housein the future, he will be interviewedat that time in reference
to the shooting.

DISPosmON: Case remains open, pending further investigation.

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CHRISTINA ANNE HTI..DEBRANDT, DOB/1O-28-80
6805 W. POLK AVE.
LITTLETON, CO 80123
303-904-8902
WAS A STUDENT AT COLUMBINE H.S.
GRADUATED 1999

PAMELA HTI..DEBRANDT
SAME ADDRESSIPHONE AS ABOVE
WORK: SA.\1E

ROBERT HILDEBRANDT

SAME AS ABOVE
WORK.: JESUS CHRIST OF LATIER DAY SAlNTS
CHURCH EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
6805 W. POLK AVE.
LITTLETON, CO 80123
303-933-3196

INVESTIGATION
Since6-23-99, when I was given this control number(4732) to follow-up on, I have made numerous attempts to set
up an interview time with ChristinaHildebrandt I left severalmessages on the telephone answeringmachine and
also on three separate occasions1have gone to the residence at 6805 W. Polk Avenue, and talked with Christina's

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after any of theseattempts I have made to talk with her.

ShouldI be able to contact Christina Hildebrand! in the future and interview her in reference to the shooting at
Columbine B.S. on 4-20-99. I will then document the interview.

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Narrative:

On 4-20-99 lnv Reker did respond to Columbine High School to assistin interviewing witnesses in
regards to the shooting at that location.

lnv. Reker and lnv. Art Peterson were advised to respond to the residence at tha comer of W. Polk
ave and S. Pierce st. to contact a person named as JohnSavage, as Savage had been in the Library dUring
the shootin. (Far further detailssee Inv Petersons report)

On 4-21-99,lnv. Rekerwas assigned to an evidence collection team whose task was to process the
S.w.parking lot for evidence items.

Additional members of this team were as follows:

1. Daniel Dwyer ATF

2.GaryWurm ATF

3. Jon Mitchell ATF

4. Richard Putnam ATF

5. Timothy Steffes Lakewood Poilce

6. M.A. Greubel Arvada Police

This evidence team did collect49 pieces of evidence from the s, w. parking lot which were
subsequently logged into the JCSO evidence vault.

Items recovered were numerous shell casings of .223 caliber and .45 caliberand numerous
remenants of explosive devices.

The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms assisted in mapping the location of each avidence item
and a precise map of each item will be forwarded to the Jeffco Sheriffs Dept. in the immediate future.

For a precise list and description of these evidence items, see evidence sheets for learn #fl with
r 'ence numbers 2700·2999
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Source: WEBB, RICHARD @ In ""....n 0 TeIophonalRadl.

Affiliation: JOSO o Obo<tNOll.n 0 WrllUtn

PlIo,", Number: (303) 271-5605 Information Received Date: 0610611999 Time: 4:00 PM
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EventDate: Eventl1me: R&ferencea: DN#4400

Categories: INTERVIEW SruDENT - CHS

Event Reviewed by: SL Lead Required? YES

Lead Control Number: ON4416


Lead: DETERMINE OBSERVATIONS OF MATTHEWPATRICK HUDSON, 973-9677.

AlIlIlgned To: REKER, RICK Date: 0810211999 Time: 1:43 PM

Disposition: MATTHEW HUDSON IS IN A PROGRAM THROUGH SHILOH HOUSE AND INV


REKER WAS UNABLETO CONTACTHIM. SEE DN#4400 FOR REPORT.

Lead Reviewed by: SL Lead Completed? Ii'I Date: 08/0211999

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INFORMATION CONTROL
Control Number: 0N4428
Case 10: 174A·ON-57419
Priority: ROUTINE Claaslflcatlon: UNCLASSIFIED Method of Contact
Source: WEBB. RICHARD @ In P.",on 0 rellll'honeiRadlo
Affiliation: JCSO o Obe""'.allon 0 'Nrfllen

PhoneNumber: (303)271-5605 Infonnatlon ReceIved Data: 0610811999 TIme: 4:00 PM


Prepared by: WEBB. RICHARD I&IIJEFCO SO
(ComponentJAlI"""Y)
Event Narrative: RYAN MICHAEL WAGENKNECHT, STUDENT IN 5TH HOUR FORlG.FDS.

Event Date: Event Tlme: References: DN#4400

Categories: INTERVIEW STUDENT· CHS

o Event Reviewed by: SL Lead Requirad? YES

LeadControl Number: 01114428


Lead: DETERINE OBSERVATIONS OF RYAN MICHAEL WAGENKNECHT, 979-4728.

Assigned To: REKER. RICK Date: 0810211999 Tlma: 1:58 PM

Disposition: PHONE NUMBER FOR RYAN WAGENKNECHT IS NOT GOOD. SEE DN#4400
FOR REPORT.

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Brent. Dave
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To date I havemade numerous attempts to contact Kamm foradditional infurmation regarding hiscontactwithBrenl
There bas been no answer at KamIn's number and there is no answering machine.

1 attempting to 10cateand contact BrentI have foUlldno listings inthe JCSO computers,no Hsting thru motorvehicle,
no Hsting inthe pbonebook and Brentis not listed in the Columbine Knolls Southhomeowners association directory.

Needto verifY Kamm's status as FBI infurmant for conIllcl infutllllllion. Phone number given by Kamm upon initial
contact 1ists to Seth Henze}'.

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Ritter, Ellen 4-27·81
LKA 12062 W. Cross Av #1·301 Littleton, Co. 80127303904-9638

Investigation showsthat Ritter's phone bad been disconnected on 5·25-99. Therebas been no answerat the apartment
and no responses to messages left at the apartment. 1 have been unable to locate a manager's office or leasing
company. There is no new listing with the phonecompany for Ritter.

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7903 W. Quarto Ave. littleton, Co. 303904-9161
Yatribi, Saad 2-23-81
Same as above

On 5·7-991 spoke with Yatribi's uncle at the residence. He advised that on the day of the incident his nephews
(Mohamlld and Saad) had ditched school (Alameda High School) and were playing basketball all dayat Clement
Park, He further stated that they have not beenin this country long and when the shooting startedat Columbine H
S they ran and hid over night. They didn't know anyoneinvolved and had no further information,

0115-12-99 {responded toAlamedaHS and interviewed both Mohammad and Saadregardingtheincidents of4-20-
99. The told me that the story as relayed by their uncle (Mustapha Yatribi) was not accurate. What actually
happened was that they were in school on 4-20-99 but ditched the last hour, caught a bus and rode to downtown
Denver wherethey met an unknown individual who agreed to buy them 2 cases of beer. They drank the beer,got
drunk, passed OUI and sleptin a streetsomewhere until thenext morningwhen theycaught anotherbus home. Both

boysdenied beingaround ColumbineHS and deniedknowing anythingof the incidents on 4-20-99exceptof what
theyhad seen on TV.

I then checked the school records and confirmed that both boys had been in their classes until last hour which
showed "excused" absences.

No further information.

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Nicole Nowlen from Sgt. D. Gimon, Lakewood PD. Thefilm wasgiven Evidence Item#10000. The chainofcustody onthis
roll of film is: I) J. Kena, Wheat RidgePD; 2) M.A. Greubel, Arvada PD;3) Sgt. D. Girson, Lakewood PD.

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#2467, #2468, and #2469to Sgt. West and Investigator D. Estep at/about!130 hours. These items, except for the tape from
Item#2467. werecheckedbackinat/about 1903 hours. When thetape isreturned itwillbegivenEvidence Item#2467A. AI""
released at/about 1320 hours, wereEvidence Items #1554 and#1555 to ScottMundine, CBl. TheseItems werechecked back
in at/about 1810 hours.

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'!leeted evidence wasbroughtbackto JCSO onThursday. 04·29·99, andput intothe Evidence Vault. Investigator Simmon.
maintained the timesthe evidence trailerwas opened in the mornings and closed in the evenings. On 04-28-99, S. Mundine,
CBI, checked out items#1559, #1560, #1561. These itemswere checked backin On 04-29-99 and evidence number #l559A
was givento the five (5) 8mm and one (1) VHStapes that came out of#1559.

The original and one copy of this reportare being directed to Investigator K. Battan,

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On 04·20·99 at/about 1130 hours, Criminalist 1. Jennings and I were requested by Lt. 1. Kiekbusch to respond to
Columbine High School. We arrived at/about 1300 hours and.after being briefed by Sgt. R. West, I photographed
the area, including people, inside and outside the crime scene at Clements Park. Sgt. West advised that the cars in
the parking lot located on the north/east corner of Clements Park needed to be photographed, and I requested
Detective CJ. Kloberdance, Golden PO, to do the photography. During the time the children were being brought out
of Columbine HS, I did GSR kits on the following:
DOB/102880
DOB/041581
DOBI not listed
At/about 1800hours, Sgt. Westrequested that I contact Lt. D. Grainger, Arvada PO, at Leawood Elementary totakepossession
·f anygunsthatwere in herpossession from theinterviews being conducted there, At/about 2010hours, Deputy R.Butts turned
"verten (J 0) items thatwereentered on an Evidence/Property Report and I secured them intheCrimeLabVehicle for transport
to the Lab.

The following is my photolog for 04·20-99 (case number placards inadvertently leftoff on all nine (9) rolls):
Five (5) rolls of Clements Parkand individuals within the park
Four (4) rolls of vehicle license plates (photographed by Detective Kloberdance)

On 04-21·99, Evidence Recovery andReconstruction Teams were assigned tothevarious areas inand around Columbine High
School, Investigator Simmons and I maintained theEvidence Submission area located in the front lobby of Columbine High
School. After setting up a secured area to collect,document and store the evidence being located, I usedthe metal detector
at/about 1630hours on the front lawn areato right ofentry, andat 1945 hours I photographed two (2) slipon shoesand a bullet
thai were recovered on the front sidewalk area. Investigator 1. Healy triangulated the items. and Investigator D. Moore
documented and sketched the items.

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Item #441 0 - ColemanFuel Can • full


Item #4518· Kerosene Bottle - full
Item #4519 - Coleman Fuel Can . full
Item #4588 . Kerosene Bottle - full
Methods/Chemicals: superglue fumed; dusted
Prints: no latentimpressions of value for identification

Upon completion of processing, the evidence was resealed and returnedto the Evidence Vault.

The original and one copy of this report are beingdirected to Investigator K. Batran.

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On 05-04-99, weapons which had been seizedby the critical incident team from officerswho fired their weapons at Columbme
HighSchool, weretaken to CB.I. for analysis. In conjunction withthis analysis, I obtained copiesof the Critical Incident Team
reports and reviewed these reports for the purposes of assuring that all officerammunition had been accounted for. During the
course of this review, I determined that DenverPoliceDepartment OfficerGreg Romero's ammunition had not been accounted
for duringhis initial interview. I also determined that DenverPolice Department OfficerMarkDrajem's ammunition also had
not been accounted for in his initial interview and I determined that Lt.TerryManwaring's ammunition had not beenaccounted
for during his initial interview.

In response to my findings, I attempted to contactthe investigators who had conducted those initial interviews. I was successful
'n contacting Investigator Pat Vondenkemp, of the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office. I explained the situation to
.nvestigator Vondenkemp and he indicated that he would conduct a follow up interview withDenver PoliceDepartment Officer
MarkDrajem. I wasunableto make contactwithDetective SteveHolmes of the Golden PoliceDepartment whohad interviewed
DenverPolice Department GregRomero and Lr. TerryManwaring from JCSO, Dueto the fact thatI was unable to makecontact
with DetectiveHolmes, I conductedfollow up interviews with Lt. Terry Manwaring and Officer Greg Romero.

On 05-05-99, at approximately 1356 hours, I met with Lt. Manwaring. 1 explained to Lt. Manwaring that I wished to conduct
a follow up interviewwith him regardingthe ammunition that he had on him prior to the shooting. Lt. Manwaring indicated
that he believes that he took two 20 round magazines and three or possibly four 30 round magazines with him when he
approached the Columbine High School building, Lt. Manwaring indicated that he placed one 3()-round magazine into his
weapon and the other magazines he placed into his pockets.

Lt. Manwaring indicated that he is not certainof the exactnumberof roundsof ammunition he had in these magazines, due to
the factthathe never loadsthe magazines to full capacity because he is concerned thathe may injure the springs in the magazines.

t.t. Manwaringsaid that he was positive that he only fired tworounds in this incident and that after he had returned from his

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duties of rescuing students, he handed his Colt AR 15 rifle to Lt. Dave Walcher of 1C50, who cleared the weapon for him. He
indicated that Lt. Walcher handed the round which had been in the chamber of the rifle to him, along with the rifle itself and the
magazine. He said he believes he placed the round back into the magazine and then placed the magazine into one of the pockets
ofhis soil gun case. Lt. Manwaring said that he believes he only had 29 rounds in that magazine prior to firing the two rounds
and he bases this belief on the fact that he again is positive he only fired two rounds and there were 27 rounds remaining in the
magazine which had been taken by Detective Steve Holmes during his initial interview with Lt. Manwaring.

I then contacted Lt. Dave Walcher and discussed with him his handlingofLt. Manwaring's rifle. Lt. Walcher indicatedthat Lt.
Manwaring did hand his rifle to him and that he in fact did clear the weapon of any rounds and then handed everything
immediately back to Lt. Manwaring.

0n 05-06-99, at 1020 hours, J contacted Denver Police Department Officer Greg Romero by telephone. [explained to Officer
,{omero that I wished to ask him some additional questions regarding the weapon that he fired on D4-20-99 and the ammunition
as well.

Officer Romero told me that he had one 20-round magazine in his Colt AR 15 rifle which had 18 rounds in the magazine He
said that it is Denver Police Department's policy to have 18 rounds in the magazine. He said he also had two 20 rounds
magazines on a drop bell which he strapped to his leg, which also had held 18 rounds each. Officer Romero indicated that he
did not remove either of the two magazines from his leg belt during this incident and is positive he only fired four rounds from
the magazine which he had in his rifle. Officer Romero indicated that rounds that he fired were department issued, lead nosed,
fully jacketed hollow points, which are designed to fragment at impact

Officer Romero said that after he had returned from the school to his departmentvehicle, he removed the chambered round from
the rifle and placed it back in the magazine. He said he did not do anything further I'Ioith the magazine until several days later
when he counted the rounds left in the magazine. He indicated that there were fourteen rounds left in the magazine.
Officer Romero indicated that when he fired his weapon he was on the west side of the building, north of the cafeteria.
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SHARON BALDWIN
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Wheat Ridge. CO 80033
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8550 West 38th Ave,
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303·467-8991

INVESTIGATION:

On 05·06·99. 1 contacted the Emergency Department of Lutheran Hospital and spoke 10 Sharon Baldwin, After identifying
myself to Sharon Baldwin, 1 indicated 10her that I was attempting to ascertain whether either one of the victims transported to
Lutheran Hospital had any projectiles removedfrom their bodies, Sharon Baldwin told me there were two victims transported
10 Lutheran Hospital and without knowingexactly what it was that she could release to me, she did not provide names of those
individuals, She did say however, that the individual that she workedon did not have any projectiles removed from his body
and in fact did not go into surgery. She said that there were projectiles accordingto the victim that had been stuck in his shirt,
however,his shirt had been takenoffat the sceneand the projectiles apparently had remained at that location. She indicated the
other victim, did go into surgery and was operated on by Dr, Baer.
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At approximately 1133 hours, J spoke to Dr, Bryan Baer by telephone, After Dr, Baer had my identity verified throughJCSO
Dispatch, he returned my telephone call and I spoketo him briefly about his surgery on the other victim, He indicated that he
had operated on Nicole Nowien and that she had a total of 13 gunshot woundsto her body. He indicated that nine of these were
-ntrance woundsand four were exit wounds, He saidthat she stillhas five projectiles still in the abdominal wall ofher body and

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at this point in time. he is not going to removethose. He said there is a possibilitythat at a later date. when the projectileswork
their Wa:y up to the surface, or something to that effect, there is a possibiliry that he may be able to remove them. He indicated
that if'be should remove any projectiles, he will save those projectiles and contact JCSO.

DISPOSITION: Open. pending additional investigation.

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JANE COLE, RN
4231 West 16thAvenue
Denver, Colorado80204
(303) 629-3511

INVESTIGATION,

On 5-6-99, at approximately 1300 hours, I spoke by telephone to Jane Cole of the emergency department and inquired as to
projectiles which mayhave beenremoved from1I1e bodiesof victims inthis case. She indicated the onlypersonshe could speak
'or was victim Michael Johnson, whomshe treated, and she indicated thathis wounds werethrough and through and sheknows
there were no projectiles recovered from his body.

Jane Cole told me that as far as the other victims that weretransported to St. Anthony's CentralHospital go that she would be
unable to answerany questions aboutthem,and referred me toTraumaServices Specialist Pamela Borg. I attempted to contact
Pamela Borgby telephone, however, reacheda voicemail. I left a message for her, requesting her to contactme in regards to
the additional victims.

DISPOSITIQN: Open, pendingadditionalinvestigation.

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